Resource Hub

IEI offers great resources for entrepreneurs and the community. Discover how entrepreneurs are navigating their industry, find ways to take their interest to the next level through partner organizations, competitions, networking, internships, events, and other opportunities.

See the Guide for Temple Entrepreneurs

Competitions

IEI hosts two signature competitions for Temple University and the Fox School:

Be Your Own Boss Bowl® unites the Temple University community in a venture pitch competition with a prize package worth more than $200,000, making it one of the most lucrative events of its kind and a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs to kickstart their ventures. Learn more.

Innovative Idea Competition gives Temple University students and alumni the opportunity to share their early-stage innovative ideas—finalists pitch to a panel of expert judges for a chance to win $7,500 in prizes to pursue their business goals. Learn more.

Search through competitions and other funding opportunities.

Networking & Events

There are many ways to become part of the entrepreneurial community at Temple University and the vibrant surrounding Philadelphia area. Attending events will help you gain knowledge, share your projects and ventures, expand your network, and identify new opportunities.

Search through other networking opportunities and events.

Entrepreneurship at Temple

Do you want to be an entrepreneur? Read this comprehensive guide to the resources and tools that Temple University, the Fox School, and IEI offer for students, alumni, and the community.

Entrepreneurship at Temple

Entrepreneurial Internships

IEI enriches students’ internship experience and reassures the highest value to participating sponsor companies. During the internships, students are engaged in high-impact activities, receive direct mentoring from leaders in sponsoring companies, and are managed throughout the process by instructors that are experienced executive coaches in their own right. Learn More

IEI internships allow students to work in an entrepreneurial new venture or accelerator on a specific 100-hour, high-value project. Emphasis is placed on helping students understand how they create value for the organization they are working with while making sure they learn the most from the experience themselves.

Students looking for non-credit part-time or full-time internships, click here.