Citizen entrepreneurship process
Develop engaging research questions
Student entrepreneurs draw from their interests to compose innovative research questions focusing on a current community need.
Collect & Analyze data
After creating relevant and purposeful research questions, students collect local data and use qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods to assess the impact of their research.
An important aspect of student projects is how well they communicate their findings back to their hyper local communities. Students use findings from their projects to foster an open dialogue with local community members.
How It Works
We allow students to build cultural competencies while engaging in research on entrepreneurial ecosystems through small businesses in their local communities. Hosted at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY).
We will publish our students' findings on this website.
PERVADING THE SPIRIT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
What STUDENTS Are Saying
"The CEEP program taught me that business is a lot more than just numbers"
"I was able to conduct meaningful research that impacted my community"
"I learned for sure that business is like life where you must adjust and adapt to stay in business."
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