Innovation Worth Investing In

Innovation Worth Investing In

The Hurt Hub@Davidson is actively seeking supporters at all levels to join us in our mission to provide access and exposure to entrepreneurship and innovation for all.

The Hurt Hub@Davidson is actively seeking supporters at all levels to join us in our mission to provide access and exposure to entrepreneurship and innovation for all.

Exterior of the Hurt Hub

Our supporters are committed to helping us push the boundaries of what’s possible as we develop:

A safe space for Davidson students to take risks as an extension of their academic lives, to identify ideas to test, and to support their capacity to take the next step with access to educational experiences, mentorship, and funding.

A lively community for Davidson alumni to share their stories, challenges, and aspirations, as well as engage with students, alumni, faculty/staff, and the broader Davidson community to further their professional pursuits and give back to the College.

A gathering place for our broader community to co-work, collaborate, and create with students, faculty/staff, and alumni in order to drive economic development, innovation, and change in the Charlotte area and beyond.

Find One. Form One. Fund One.

Davidson’s Experience Required Campaign is designed to provide platforms for students and graduates to put their academic knowledge and personal values to work through high-impact experiences.

Help make a student’s experiential learning goals a reality by finding experiences or full-time positions and giving Davidson students the best possible chance of securing them, forming opportunities by creating or helping to arrange experiences or full-time positions specifically for a Davidson student, and/or funding experiences by making a gift.

A mural in the Hurt Hub's Van Deman Innovation Lab
The Jay Hurt Hub for innovation and entrepreneurship at Davidson College

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Davidson College