Loyola University Maryland

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Community Involvement

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The CI&E places a high priority on community engagement and we have a variety of ways for you to get involved in the innovation and entrepreneurship movement at Loyola.

If you run an early stage venture and you’re looking to grow, consider applying to the Baltipreneurs Accelerator, which accepts both nonprofits and traditional startups. For support on a discrete project for your venture, engage in a contract with the student consultants at Loyola Consulting Group, and you may qualify for pro-bono services. Those who are looking to give back, should apply to serve as a mentor to a student or community-based business or social venture.

Most of our campus programs are open to the community, so be sure to sign up for the newsletter and follow us on social to stay informed about events as they come up on campus and in Baltimore’s busy entrepreneurial ecosystem!

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Academic Opportunities

Student changemakers

Loyola’s inaugural Social Impact Fellowship cohort proposes ways Loyola can better promote inclusivity.