The Elms College Division of Business develops socially conscious business professionals through a variety of innovative experiential learning programs. Elms business students enhance their skills in problem solving, data analysis, creative thinking, and communication by engaging with a curriculum based on entrepreneurship and design thinking.

Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiatives

The Harold Grinspoon Charitable Foundation (HGCF) supports the Entrepreneurship Initiative (EI) to foster entrepreneurship education among participating colleges and universities in the region.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

Students perform internships and provide community service as they help prepare taxes for low-income members of the community.

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement’s purpose is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Elms business students learn valuable skills interning with the organization.

The Elms Experience

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    Elms Innovation Challenge

    The Elms Innovation Challenge is a 72-hour workshop sponsored by the Division of Business. Students from all majors collaborate to develop solutions to pervasive social problems.
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    Meet Our Faculty

    In addition to running her own accounting firm, Prof. Cathro is a passionate animal rescuer and serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Dakin Humane Society. She was recently named to the Business West "40 Under Forty" class of 2017 which celebrates young business and civic leaders in the Pioneer Valley.
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    Elms Innovation Challenge
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    Meet Our Faculty
 

Accreditation

Several of our undergraduate business majors are accredited by the IACBE. Learn More.