Shippensburg University’s entrepreneurship club E-BOSS is scheduled to host a Spring Expo this Saturday, April 13.
The Spring Expo will be held on campus, inside Heiges Field House from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The expo will have vendors selling a variety of products including crafts, antiques, art, jewelry, cosmetics, clothing and more.
According to E-BOSS President Joshua Rudley, this expo is a good place for students to learn about entrepreneurship as they will be able to interact with various vendors.
Also, Rudley explained that in addition to trying to encourage entrepreneurship to students around Shippensburg, the Spring Expo is also serving as a fundraiser for the entrepreneurship club.
According to Rudley, the vendors, who are entrepreneurs or small business owners themselves, will pay a small fee for their tables, which will go to E-BOSS. This money will allow the entrepreneurship club to hold more events like the Spring Expo.
“Entrepreneurship is on track to officially become a major next year through the PASSHE system,” said Rudley. “Through entrepreneurship, not only are you creating jobs, but you benefit society as a whole.”