The Centre for Entrepreneurship is Mohawk College’s hub for all things entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and small business. Our goal is to develop and manage programs that impact Mohawk College students, alumni, and community.

The Centre houses four unique micro-centres that include:

SURGE Logo: Mohawk's Entrepreneurship Hub

SURGE is a space for students and alumni to access resources and mentors to assist them in creating and growing a small business.

Agency Logo: Green circle with capital A

The Agency is an experiential learning program where students solve communication challenges for for-profit and non-profit businesses.

The Collective Logo: circle with capital C

The Collective is a program that supports Mohawk College students and recent graduates in building and promoting their side hustle.

The Consultancy Logo: circle with capital C

The Consultancy is a paid experiential learning program where students support local businesses with consultation and business solutions.

Centre for Entrepreneurship Membership

Level 1

General Membership: Stay connected and be the first to know about our events, trainings and workshops available!

Level 2

Starting a Business? Level 2 supports you from ideation to launching your business. Check out SURGE for more information.

Level 3

Ignite your business with one-on-one mentorship and accelerated training. SURGE has more details

Join our General Membership!

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Businesses Launched

Events Held

Solutions Created

Participants Engaged

How can we support your business?


Our students can help create solutions for your existing business challenges.


Learn from our entrepreneurs in residence as they share their experiences.


In search of mentorship and resources to support your business growth?


We celebrate our students, alumni and community through our social media.

Land Acknowledgement

Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabeg Nations

We acknowledge that Mohawk College and The Centre for Entrepreneurship are situated on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabeg Nations, within the lands protected by the Dish with One Spoon wampum agreement and is currently home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island.

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