Who we are
Our community is open to all King's student, staff and alumni from any faculty. As an audience-led Institute we co-create our activities with our community; we focus on diversity, inclusivity & being a collective. Here are some ways you can join.
Drop in and see us in Bush House on the last Tuesday of every month, anytime between 2.00pm - 4.00pm (excluding December).
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Our student ambassadors represent us at events and help run our outreach and engagement programme activities throughout the year, particularly during Welcome Week. Positions are paid and on a flexible basis. For more information follow our Facebook page.
The Entrepreneurship Institute offer 12 week paid internships over the Summer organised through King's internships. Startups on our King's20 accelerator also hire interns through the Santander University scheme. These will also be advertised through King's internships. In 2017 3 of our interns won awards in the King's internships awards and several secured jobs working for our startups.
The 2018 internships (paid) run for 12 weeks (part-time) from 11 June 2018 - 2 September 2018.
Full details on King's internships.
INTERN BLOG: What's it like working for the Entrepreneurship Institute?
INTERN BLOG: Working for a startup
The Entrepreneurship Institute is part of a growing group of people and initiatives at King's who are working to expand social entrepreneurship.
Along with the Entrepreneurship Institute these include:
As an audience-led Institute we co-create our activities with our community; we focus on diversity, inclusivity & being a collective. Through this board we aim to identify effective ways of introducing entrepreneurship to people of all backgrounds, up-skilling our students and enhancing their experiences, contributing to their future success.
If you would like to sit on our board please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Entrepreneurship Support Fund gives societies at King’s up to £2,000 to run initiatives that offer King’s students the opportunity to have entrepreneurial experiences, be innovative and develop transferable skills that enhance their futures and King's experience.
Open to all King’s societies and student groups, the Fund encourages committee members to think creatively and come up with innovative ways to engage their members.
Examples of initiatives supported include student-run workshops to develop practical skills in emerging innovation within course areas, networking events, hackathons, incubators, competitions, wellbeing and charity events, film screenings, entrepreneur's cafes, awareness nights, meet & greets, company visits & debates.
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