Tap into a wealth of resources available through Tuck and the wider Dartmouth community. Hone your skills by learning by doing, nurture your project, and take your entrepreneurship learning experience to the next level. Make it happen!
Here are just some of the resources available to you:
The Barris Incubator space was funded through a generous gift of Peter Barris T'77, Tuck alumnus and Private Equity Center advisory board member. Run by the Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI) at Tuck, in partnership with the Thayer School of Engineering, the program supports and facilitates the launch and development of Tuck and Dartmouth-related ventures led by students.
In partnership with selected Legal advisory firms, the Entrepreneurship Initiative provides general business advice to student teams as well as customized start-up advisory services to Barris Incubator teams.
The Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network Access Program is a collaboration between Tuck, Thayer, DEN/OETT and the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce. The DeNa Program is modelled after the most successful mentorship programs in the country and draws from years of experience and experimentation in facilitating student/mentor interactions at Tuck. The program provides a direct, structured approach to connect alumni and entrepreneurial business practitioners with motivated students seeking entrepreneurship advice.
Students can take advantage of Tuck's unparalleled access to faculty in diverse areas of entrepreneurial studies
Tuck’s Entrepreneur in Residence (EIR) program brings Tuck entrepreneurs to campus to provide students and community members with direct feedback on entrepreneurial matters. This practitioner advice is of great inspirational and practical value for participants in all stages of their entrepreneurship education.
The speaker series is made possible by the support of Tuck (T'97) / Dartmouth ('87) alum and entrepreneur, Louis Crosier. 'Entrepreneurs From The Trenches' brings young entrepreneurs to campus to share their recently acquired skills with students.
Resources for developing and researching ideas to grow a product or service. Includes video clips, start‐up plans, templates and forms, journal articles, business cases, working papers, conference proceedings, dissertations and more.
Since 2000, the Maynard Program helps identify suitable entrepreneurial internship opportunities and makes it more affordable for Tuck students to take advantage of them.
The Tuck Summer Startup Award is designed to minimize the hurdle for a Tuck team interested in seriously pursuing an entrepreneurial venture during their first year summer.