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Dream it Houston Entrepreneurship Camp 2014

christopher wick
Posted: February 22, 2014 at 3:45 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

christopher wick

Christopher Wick, a senior student at the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship and CEO of team “Dream it Houston” for the University of Houston’s annual Wolffest competition joins Enterprise Radio. Wick leads a team of 9 students, including senior students Jacob Hines, Karey Gallagher and Paula Musa. These students are creating a “Dream it Do It” Entrepreneurship Camp this summer to benefit Generation One Academy – a community school that helps “at-risk” children.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with eHouston (Greater Houston Entrepreneurs).

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Christopher Wick discuss the following:

  • How has the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship had an impact on your life?
  • How are you using that impact to help others?
  • What is the Dream it Houston Entrepreneurship Camp 2014?
  • Why did you decide to do an online campaign?
  • Why should people donate to the Dream It Houston Campaign?

Duration: 9:48

Team “Dream It Houston” is competing in the University of Houston’s annual Wolffest competition to raise funds for the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship.

Every year, the Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship hosts one of the largest business competitions on campus at the University of Houston. Wolffest has become part of the WCE capstone course and is the final step in completing a BBA in Entrepreneurship from the Wolff Center. Seniors implement everything they have learned in the classroom into a written business plan that is implemented during a 3-day competition held April 8-10. The Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship is known for creating local and national awareness in celebrating entrepreneurship and making dreams become reality.

As a part of the WCE program, students become ‘servant leaders’ in the surrounding community by working with outreach programs. These experiences benefit both the student and those with whom the student interacts as they share their knowledge and in turn gain new understanding.


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