The co-curricular heart of ideas, innovation, and entrepreneurship at UNH
Open to all students from any college and major
The Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center (ECenter) is a unit of UNHInnovation. The goal of the ECenter is to create the next generation of leaders with an entrepreneurial mind-set who can see opportunities and identify creative solutions others have missed. Although part of UNH, the ECenter is independent of any one college.
The ECenter delivers unique, hands-on, experiential programming that inspires, nurtures, and mentors students from any major, at every step in the process, anywhere from idea development to company creation. It operates as a start-up in an academic environment, and most programs are donor funded. Led by a proven serial entrepreneur, the ECenter is rapidly demonstrating significant success throughout the UNH student community. Being co-curricular means the ECenter can complement what all students are learning in every classroom on campus.
Bootcamps, Speaker Series, Internships, Hackathons, and more.
1:1 Coaching, Makerspace, Cubex Co-Working Space, Competitions, Funding Grants, and more.
Investor Funding, Prototypes, Pitch Reviews, and more.