Lowell Stahl Center For Entrepreneurship & Real Estate

Student Involvement

Workshops and Events
The Stahl Center holds monthly events for students, faculty and staff who are interested in starting a new business or taking an existing business to the next level. Please see Upcoming Events for a list of semester activities.

Why attend a Stahl Center Event?
We recruit the best and brightest in their field, speakers are very engaging and deliver information you won't hear anywhere else. Another reason people will find so much value in Stahl Center events is that the networking done at these events leads to real business opportunities.

The Lewis University College of Business Internship Program offers students the opportunity to gain valuable, real-world experience and make industry contacts while earning academic credit toward their bachelor's degree. 1 to 3 credit(s) internships are available.

An entrepreneurship intern will work in the exciting, ever changing business environment of a start-up company. You will have the opportunity to draft business plans, perform market research, and help small business owners with everyday operations. The intern must be comfortable with measureable risk, ambiguity, and true uncertainty due to impossibility of estimating the unknown. This true uncertainty presents a great experience as you bring a novel idea or product to market!

Students can earn internship credit in one of three ways:
  1. Apply for internships with companies currently offering internships to Lewis students through NACElink.
  2. Apply for an internship based on a current financial position with an organization.
  3. Seek internship opportunities on their own with approval by the College of Business for a project relating to the student's academic interest.
To apply for an internship contact: Dr. Laura Leli Carmine, Internship Coordinator
To obtain an internship look on NACElink: http://www.lewisu.edu/gethired.

ENACTUS: Entrepreneurship Action & Us
Enactus is a student-led organization that develops community outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need.

In 2013 students from the Enactus group created "The Flyers Patch"  which is a local organic, sustainable garden that was planned, executed and put into a business. Lewis University and community advisors currently manage the garden. Lewis University students and faculty advisors currently manage the garden. To join contact Kristin Nance nancekr@lewisu.edu