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  • Experience entrepreneurship and innovation at one of the leading universities in the world

  • Expand your network to some of the most successful entrepreneurs and businesspeople in the greater Kansas City area

  • Meet and get to know the Regnier Institute faculty and staff and explore the resources the Institute can utilize to make you successful

  • Participate in leading edge entrepreneurship programs and events

  • Engage other UMKC students to participate in the excitement of entrepreneurship offered by the Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

ESA is the Institute’s premiere campus-wide support organization with representation across all UMKC schools and colleges. Entrepreneurship Student Ambassadors help champion and enable entrepreneurship and innovation engagement across campus.

The entrepreneurship student ambassadors group is composed of students from all academic departments and fields. Entrepreneurship student ambassadors wish to enhance their academic experience by being involved in entrepreneurship activities. Ambassadors of the Institute are considered anchor points through which the Institute receives and sends information and knowledge from and to other departments or schools. This allows students to broaden their intellectual experience and horizons.

Students selected as Entrepreneurship Ambassadors are expected to work with Entrepreneurship faculty and staff to promote the entrepreneurial career path and Institute programs to fellow students, the community and prospective high school students.


Primary Responsibilities of Ambassadors:

  • Understand what the Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is and be able to explain it to all important constituencies.

  • Encourage useful connections between students at the Bloch School, the community and high school students.

  • Act as hosts for Regnier Institute events.

  • Actively recruit potential majors, minors, and event participants.

  • Develop and deliver a high school recruiting program.

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