As you consider your career, keep in mind that there is more than one path to success. Some people aim to join a company or organization they admire to advance its mission, while others are excited by discovering new opportunities and developing a business, product, service, or process that meets a defined need.
The Berklee Career Center, along with the Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE), can help you nurture and sharpen your entrepreneurial instincts. If you are considering founding your own business, working as a freelancer (which in many ways means you're founding your own business), or otherwise launching a do-it-yourself career, we invite you to explore these topics and resources explaining how to:
- promote your services;
- think like an entrepreneur;
- build a business or nonprofit organization;
- find business and legal resources;
- explore resources for performing artists;
- calculate your costs and prices;
- create a professional website; and
- view industry directories and tip sheets.
These resources may provide a helpful starting point, but most successful entrepreneurs find trusted sources with whom they share and receive feedback on plans and ideas. The Berklee Career Center is here to be that trusted source for you, and we welcome you to connect with the Career Center to discuss your entrepreneurial goals.