LaunchNET seeks to inspire a culture of innovation, sparking the entrepreneurial mindset in enterprising students. The program allows students to explore venture and idea development without grades, but in a way that fully complements and enhances their traditional classroom learning. The program is designed to meet clients where they are. John Carroll University students, alumni, faculty, and staff are offered a comprehensive range of support including coaching, mentoring, special programming, and more. The network of LaunchNET schools, Baldwin Wallace, Kent State, Lorain County Community, and Case Western closely collaborate to offer all students the unique assets and strengths of each school.
This program is offered free of charge and is made possible with a grant from The Burton D. Morgan Foundation. The LaunchNET space is located on the lower level of the Graselli Library in LI-127, adjacent to the Burton D. Morgan Creativity Classroom. Students may register for LaunchNET at jculaunchnet.org.