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Welcome to The Met's Center For Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The mission of The Met Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is to prepare high school students to be successful in college and in life by engaging them in the rigorous study of entrepreneurship.  The goal of the program is to create the best entrepreneurship program in the country for high school students.
  • 2005 Founded
  • 90+ Student-Run Businesses Established
  • #1 Stand-Alone Entrepreneurship Center for a Public High School in the US
  • 12 NFTE First Place Winners
  • 6 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur Winners
  • 60K Start-Up Funding Awarded

News & Announcements

Steven Grullon's Home Run Against Poverty! Featured Photo

Steven Grullon's Home Run Against Poverty!

Meet Justice student, Steven Grullon, owner of Endless Graphics, a design focused printing business based in the E-Center.  His STP is to travel to San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, following his interest in baseball.)
E360 kicks off to a new year. Featured Photo

E360 kicks off to a new year.

Wednesday marked the first day of E360 classes. Seventeen of 81 applicants from across the Met campus joined us to begin a journey into innovation and entrepreneurship.
The E-Center Goes To BIF Featured Photo

The E-Center Goes To BIF

Want to hear about this year's Business Innovation Factory Summit through the lens of Providence's up and coming youth entrepreneurs? (CLICK ON PICTURE FOR FULL STORY)

Social Hub & Gallery

Events Calendar

Met Blood Drive

Time: 8 AM – 2 PM
Location: Media and Arts Center

Join Us to Celebrate the 2019 RI Entrepreneur Hall of Fame