Resources that I have found useful for entrepreneurship:

Innovative and Entrepreneurial University Report from Department of Commerce: https://eda.gov/pdf/The_Innovative_and_Entrepreneurial_University_Report.pdf.

Startup Weekend: http://startupweekend.org

Start-up America Partnership: http://www.s.co/#

Start-up Hire: http://www.startuphire.com/

The Lean Startup: http://theleanstartup.com

Design Thinking Resources: https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources-collections/a-virtual-crash-course-in-design-thinking

Best Business Incubators: http://business-incubators.findthebest.com

Meetup: http://www.meetup.com

For Cornellians:

Entrepreneurship Concentration at SHA:

§  As of January 2015, students can obtain a concentration in entrepreneurship at the School of Hotel Administration. There are 3 required courses, totaling 8 credits, and a minimum of 4 additional credits from any combination of the 7 other approved entrepreneurship courses.

§  https://www.hotelschool.cornell.edu/industry/centers/pihe/education.html

§  http://cornellsha.orgsync.com/org/connectentrepreneurialhotelies

Cornell Entrepreneur Network (CEN):

§  http://www.cen.cornell.edu

Entrepreneurial Student Clubs at Cornell:

 Entrepreneurship Listserv:

§  The e-ship listserv allows anyone with an event, internship or job opportunity, business plan competition or other entrepreneurial news to share that information with more than 650 members of a campus-wide list serv.

§  To join, send an e-mail to: eship@cornell.edu.

NY Small Business Development Center (SBDC):

§  http://www.nyssbdc.org/

Entrepreneurship@Cornell:

§  This is the main webpage for Cornell’s entrepreneurial resources for current students, prospective students, and faculty.

§  http://entrepreneurship.cornell.edu

Made In New York Digital Map:

§  Find jobs in New York City with a visual testament to the vibrant state of New York’s digital industry: http://mappedinny.com/

Cornell Start-up List:

§  Cornell start up archive: http://www.cornellstartuplist.com/

Additional Entrepreneurial Resources:

§  http://www.entrepreneur.com/

o   A must read for all aspiring and current entrepreneurs.

§  http://www.inc.com

o   Inc. Magazine is another entrepreneurship magazine.  “Get advice, tools, and services that help your small business grow.”

§  http://www.fastcompany.com

o   Fast Company is another entrepreneurial insights magazine.

§  http://www.allbusiness.com/

o   Literally all business.

§  http://www.dutiee.com/

o   A site that gives great advice for social startups and nonprofits.

§  http://www.quora.com/Startups

o   A great Q&A website where you can follow various topics, such as “Startups” or “Business” and people like Bill Gates or Mark Cuban.

§  http://epiclaunch.com/

o   Resources for entrepreneurs of all ages.

§  http://www.wisebread.com/

o   Starting a business on a small budget? Find pro tips on saving money, cutting expenses, and budgeting from entrepreneurs and writers.

§  http://startuplawyer.com/

o   A good breakdown on the legal considerations of starting a business.

§  https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/entrepreneurship2/interviews-entrepreneurs

o   Check out “Interviews with Entrepreneurs” where successful entrepreneurs share their stories and accomplishments.

§  http://www.bplans.com/

o   The world’s largest free online collection of business plans and other tools/tips that can help you successfully launch your business.

§  http://www.sba.gov/licenses-and-permits

o   Obtain business licenses and permits from the Small Business Association (SBA).

§  General business world-related news:

o   http://www.businessinsider.com/

o   http://www.businessweek.com/

o   http://www.forbes.com/

o   http://www.bloomberg.com/

o   http://www.reuters.com/