IntEnt is a Boston College graduate student organization providing mentorship, experiential learning, and collaborative resources to BC graduate entrepreneurs. Our mission is to develop, train, support, and inspire a community of entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial leaders grounded by Jesuit principles and dedicated to putting good into the world. IntEnt was founded in 2017 and has over 500 registered members across all Boston College schools. We are an approved affinity club of the Graduate Student Association at Boston College.
What We Do
InTent offers workshops and programs that enable students to develop applicable business skills, gain educational mentorship, and attain access to networking resources beyond the BC curriculum. These offerings provide excellent occasions for students to apply their education, make an impact, and influence a growing Boston ecosystem.
IntEnt provides graduate students several skill building workshops throughout the year to expand their abilities in different areas of innovation, entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and leadership. All workshops are easily accessible online and recorded for on-demand access. Additionally, group-based workshops allow participants to network with other graduate students and apply skills learned.
The IntEnt Apprenticeship Program is a voluntary opportunity that pairs Boston College graduate students with local Boston organizations. Participants will have the ability to develop applicable business skills and gain educational mentorship, and are provided access to networking resources beyond the BC curriculum.
The IntEnt Incubator Program provides Boston College graduate students the opportunity to build and hone a business idea from scratch. IntEnt will offer participants mentorship from subject matter experts and seasoned entrepreneurs throughout their program duration.
The IntEnt Accelerator Program provides Boston College graduate students and alumni the opportunity to learn how to grow and scale business operations in order for future investor funding. IntEnt will offer participants mentorship from subject matter experts and seasoned entrepreneurs throughout the program duration. IntEnt will also connect participants with potential investors for future seed funding.
Ed Lallier, Co-Founder & Chairman
Zack Robbins, President
Membership and Registration
Are you a current Carroll School graduate student interested in participating in IntEnt at BC? Click the button below to register your membership now.