As a EBV volunteer you're able to give back to those that have given so much for this country. We offer a number of different volunteer opportunites for every type of individual. There are positions for those that have entrepreneurial experience of their own that they would like to share as well as opportunities for the more creative individuals that would like to help with executing the event. We also offer an opportunity for individuals that are open to helping out with the program on an 'as needed' basis. Below are descriptions of the volunteer positions our program offers. For any questions regarding volunteer opportunites, please visit the Contact Us page.
Click here to apply for an EBV volunteer position.
The Genius Bar is an event where the volunteers will help the EBV participants present their business idea in the best way possible. The volunteers will advise the veterans on the usage of the Office to better present a business proposal.
We will have T-shirts for all the Geniuses!.
Please sign up by going to the following link:
Date: Thursday, 1st November 2012
Venue: Draw Room, Main Floor, Krannert Building
Time: 5:00 PM – 6:20 PM (Reception starts at 4:30 PM)
‘Speed-Banking’ is like Speed-Dating where EBV students will rotate to practice elevator pitch and seek possible loan opportunities from Bankers.
We would like to call for volunteers who are willing to help the veterans practice and give feedback and suggestions.
Free Food! Free T-Shirt! Great Experience! Great Networking Opportunities!
Please volunteer by registering at the following link:https://purdue.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bI8EaoFMnCVtaOp
If you have experience in the entrepreneurial or business management field and an interest in helping empower the EBV veterans in their career journeys, consider applying as a Bootcamp Mentor where you'll have the opportunity to share your wealth of knowledge and guide others towards acheiving their dreams.
We are always open to onboarding individuals who have knowledge to share with regards to the entrepreneurial field. The EBV program seeks speakers who are engaging, driven, and interested in helping others realize their own potential in entrepreneurship.
Event Execution Coordinator
For individuals looking to get a more 'hands on' volunteer experience, the Krannert EBV program offers an event execution coordinator position where volunteers will help with the logistics of event set-up, tear-down, as well as the running of the event.
Public Outreach Coordinator
It's important that we get the word out about the EBV program so that a greater number of people can benefit from what we have to offer. We're looking for creative and organized individuals who would like to gain experience in the marketing and public outreach sector of our organization. As a public outreach coordinator you'll gain experience working with others to spread the word about the EBV program via various portals such as media, in-person interactions, and web.
Since there are ever-changing areas under which the Krannert EBV program needs a helping hand, we offer a flex volunteer position under which volunteers are utilized in an 'as needed' basis. If you're interested in all volunteer areas and can't decide which one you would like to specialize in, the flex volunteer position is fit for you. We seek passionate indviduals that are committed to helping give back to the veterans that have already given so much to our country.
Attention Purdue Students: Interested in volunteering and getting credits? Checkout MGMT 49000 - Social Entrepreneurship in Practice with Professor Mosakowski in the Fall semester. Enrollment in this class will allow students to gain insight into social entrepreneurship with a special focus on the EBV and veterans with disabilities. During the semester, students will work with the EBV participants to help start their businesses. To learn more about the topic of social entrepreneurship check out this youtube video.