LTU Receives $150,000 for Education in Entrepreneurship

The Chicago-based Coleman Foundation has granted $150,000 in funding to Lawrence Technological University to bolster and expand existing entrepreneurship education programs! The fund will be offered to LTU over the course of a two year period, and will help extend our entrepreneurial education initiatives to more of our students in the Colleges of Arts and Science, Design, Architecture, and Management.

“We have so many students that have the skill sets and opportunities to pursue self-employment after graduation,” says Karen Evans, senior lecturer in the College of Management for Lawrence Technological University. “They might not feel empowered to do that. We want to fill those gaps for them.”

Our thanks to the Coleman Foundation and the LTU faculty for supporting the success of our incredible student body!

To learn more about the grant, click here.