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At Kellogg, we're here to support you no matter what path your entrepreneurial journey may take.  Whether you're interested in creating, building, or accelerating your business, buying an existing business, financing the next-gen of innovators, or supporting other entrepreneurs, below you'll see descriptions of the different Kellogg entrepreneurial phenotypes with suggestions of pathways, courses and co-curricular activities best suited to fuel your entrepreneurial journey at Kellogg.
Inventors are generally looking to build a business from scratch. They tend to have an idea for the business and may be either a lone founder or a member of a founding team.
If you are interested in being an Inventor, you may want to consider the following courses as you begin to explore entrepreneurship at Kellogg:

As you look to dive deeper into entrepreneurship during your time at Kellogg, the following pathway would be a good fit for you:

Co-curricular activities that may be of interest to you while at Kellogg are:

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David Schonthal
Director, Entrepreneurship at Kellogg
Faculty Director, Zell Fellows Program
Director, Levy Institute of Entrepreneurial Practice
Tyler Seybold
Program Manager,
Entrepreneurship at Kellogg
Jennifer Herold
Administrative Director,
Entrepreneurship at Kellogg

Sarah Budreck
Program Coordinator,
Entrepreneurship at Kellogg