Our Weekend Honors Program on “Entrepreneurship & Human Flourishing” is hosted in a different city each fall semester. This year, it will be hosted virtually in November 2020 in partnership with Wheaton College’s Center for Faith & Innovation. The program focuses on business and entrepreneurship and is kept intentionally small (only 25 students are chosen for each cohort) in order to foster authentic relationships amongst members of the group. Unlike a traditional academic seminar, the program consists primarily of hands-on exercises and activities that encourage entrepreneurial thinking. It also provides a unique chance for students to explore questions about personal vocation and calling, as well as the proper role of faith and ethics in business through discussions and high-level networking opportunities.
Past participants have said:
“It is a great chance to be around like-minded people who understand the impact of business in the Kingdom of God. You will come away from it either affirmed in what you hope to do or re-directed in a powerful way for what God is calling you to in the marketplace.”
“This weekend taught me so much about myself and what my calling could really look like in the future. It reframed my understanding of faith in business and encouraged me in ways that I never could have foreseen.”
Applications are now closed for the 2020 program.