2014-15 cohort receiving their certificates of completion at the 2015 UH Business Plan Competition Final Event

The Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) is currently accepting nominations for students who may benefit from participating in the PACE Entrepreneurs program.

PACE Entrepreneurs are creative and entrepreneurial-minded students at the University of Hawaiʻi. A group of 5 to 6 UH students, studying a variety of disciplines, are selected each fall semester. This small cohort receives mentorship and a wealth of networking and learning opportunities from PACE over the course of an academic year.

Why be a PACE entrepreneur?

  • Receive customized mentorship and guidance from a dedicated advisor
  • Visits with local entrepreneurs and their startup companies
  • Included in guest lists for special PACE events
  • Invited to community group meetings, including Hawaiʻi Angels and HiBEAM
  • Networking opportunities with business professionals, entrepreneurs, angel investors and venture capitalists
  • Fulfill your unique entrepreneurial dream

Upon completion of the requirements:

  • Receive a $1,000 award
  • Awarded a certificate of completion

Who’s eligible?

  • Student must have a creative perspective and passion for entrepreneurship
  • Student must have a desire to learn more about the entrepreneurial process
  • Student must either want to start their own business, or work in a startup environment
  • Nominee must be a current, classified University of Hawaiʻi student
  • Student may be from any UH campus, including community college campuses
  • Student may be in any field of study
  • Preference will be given to graduate students

For more information, visit the PACE entrepreneurs website. To nominate a student, click here.