The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute (ENI) features graduate and undergraduate students who are poised to make waves in a range of disciplines and industries. Their unlimited potential was on full display at the Personal Elevator Pitch Competition recently hosted by Clayton State University’s College of Business. Participants were tasked with putting together a 90-second elevator pitch to communicate their value to potential employers. Three ENI students finished in the top four.
Psychology major Robert Hatcher led the way earning first place and a $500 prize. Michael Carter, a graduate student studying instructional design and technology, finished second and netted $250. Managerial sciences major Adesuwa Imafidon earned $100 for her fourth-place finish. The event took place on November 4 at the Harry S. Downs Center on the Clayton State University campus.