What is the CEO Club?
The Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO)'s mission is to inform, support and inspire SDSU students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. In addition to providing a peer support system for students who are interested in entrepreneurship, CEO Club provides opportunities in networking, leadership development and hands-on experience.
The club brings in speakers, attends the national and regional Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization annual conferences and tours a variety of entrepreneurial businesses.
By attending CEO Club meetings, you will also get to know a number of entrepreneurially motivated students with a diverse array of specializations and interests. CEO Club welcomes a wide variety of members, including those from Engineering, graduate programs and Entrepreneurial Studies.
What does it cost to join the CEO Club?
Club dues are $20 for the entire year. You may pay cash or check (made payable to SDSU CEO) at the Ness School of Management and Economics main office in Harding Hall. You may also hand your payment to our CFO at the next CEO Club meeting.
When does CEO Club meet?
All CEO Club meetings will be held in Harding Hall 206 at 7 p.m. on the following dates:
September 14 with speaker Kevin Perry: Owner of Perry Electric
September 28 with speaker Jake Madison: Owner of Madison Mechanical
October 12 with speaker Patrick Welch: Owner of Hemp Hill, Big River Ranch, Real Estate owner/investor