Female Student Entrepreneurs Share Tips for Success

Carlie Cassells ’21 (NUR), talks to the visiting students about her tailoring service to fix clothes for those affected by physically debilitating diseases, such as cerebral palsy. (Lucas Voghell ’20 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)
Carlie Cassells ’21 (NUR), talks to the visiting students about her tailoring service to fix clothes for those affected by physically debilitating diseases, such as cerebral palsy. (Lucas Voghell ’20 (CLAS)/UConn Photo)

Students from Miss Porter’s School who hope to become entrepreneurs met with female student entrepreneurs from UConn’s School of Nursing at the Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation on May 22. They also did an art project in the Werth Tower Maker Space, followed by ice cream at the Dairy Bar.