Beginning in the Fall of 2015, Suffolk University’s Center for Entrepreneurship has a new home in Downtown Boston at One Beacon Street. The space, which has been Suffolk University classrooms, now houses the Center’s E-Academy, E-Community, and E-Lab along with all class sections of entrepreneurship.
The E-Academy is a room that is designated for local high school programs starting at 2:30pm Monday through Thursday. Partner organization BUILD.org will be using the space every Monday throughout the semester for their general sessions.
The E-Community consists of two classrooms that convert to workshop and seminar space for the public. Typical programming initiatives include the “Nutz and Boltz” of a startup, different certificate programs, and industry specific seminars.
The E-Lab is home to the Center for Entrepreneurship’s 3D printing lab. It houses three resin-based 3D printers from Form Labs. The space is also used in conjunction with the ENT-419 capstone, where students work with local small businesses in a consulting model called the E-Clinic.
Final design work and buildout will take place over the remaining Fall semester and a ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for the Spring of 2016.
To stay up to date with what is going on within the Center for Entrepreneurship, please visit our website at entrepreneurship.suffolk.edu.