The closing date for the second Seminole Startup is March 19. Plans can be submitted online at sem.st/startup17.
Despite being held by the business program; the competition is open to all students enrolled or dual-enrolled at Seminole State College. The competition offers cash prizes: First place takes $2,500; second takes $1,000; and third takes $500. On top of those, the top five competitors will present their proposal to business leaders at a business community networking
“Anyone from any program here can enter,” said David H. Moradian, professor and manager of the Entrepreneurship and Business Management Program, “If someone submits a business plan involving nursing, we will send it to be checked by a panel of judges in the nursing program. Any business plan can be submitted and judged fairly.” He also added “Students do not worry if you do not make it this year the competition is held every year.”
The annual Seminole State Entrepreneurship Competition, which is organized by the Entrepreneurship and Business Management Program at Seminole State College will be held April 11.
– By Tamia McRae and Joe Lagugga