The Westlake Center hosts Cal Lutheran’s graduate programs in entrepreneurship, business administration, psychology and economics, and is home to the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting and the Steven Dorfman Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center is a hub for the local startup community. Within the Westlake Center, we house a co-working space for entrepreneurs to launch their startups called Hub101. The space is designed for entrepreneurs to collaborate and receive expert advice from community members. Fees are based on the ability of the startup to pay.
Four classrooms and five offices wrap around the co-working and incubation area to encourage interaction. There are also opportunities for Cal Lutheran students and students at area schools to become involved in entrepreneurship classes.
To learn more, please contact Mike Panesis, Executive Director for the Steven Dorfman Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.