Entrepreneurship for Small Business Development
Aspiring entrepreneurs and current small business owners are invited to explore programs and services to help grow their businesses at Moraine Park Technical College. Partner with Moraine Park to get the competitive edge your business needs to succeed.
- Develop your business idea with classes for Aspiring Entrepreneurs.
- Grow and manage your successful business with practical workshops designed to help your Existing Small Business.
Current Entrepreneurship Credit Programs and Certificates
(Credit courses can be taken for non-credit)
- A comprehensive seven-course, Entrepreneurship Certificate
- Complete associate degree in Business Management - Small Business Entrepreneurship
Anywhere - Anytime online instructor-led courses for Busy Entrepreneurs -- To view an entire list of courses go to ed2go.com/mptc
Resource Partner Program
Moraine Park Technical College plays a significant role in the success of many area small businesses. We build win-win relationships with key resource partners to provide students and the community with the knowledge and credibility to develop, grow and sustain their ideas, concepts and business ventures.
Imagination Network of Wisconsin (Inventors & Entrepreneur Club) - Sponsored in partnership with Fond du Lac County Economic Development Corporation (FCEDC). The Imagination Network of Wisconsin is a place where inventors and entrepreneurs connect and learn from peers and other resources in a fun and supportive environment. Meetings are FREE and held the 2nd Tuesday of each month. For more information, visit the FCEDC website.
SCORE provides no cost, confidential mentoring to both start-up and existing businesses. Industry-specific experts will guide you and keep you pointed in the right direction. Your success is the ultimate goal! For more information, visit the SCORE website.
The Center for Technology Commercialization - Gain access to an integrated statewide support network for entrepreneurs in all industries and development stages. For more information, visit the CTC website.
If you're planning on starting a business and need more information, you may contact the following resources: