The Larry H. & Gail Miller Center for Entrepreneurship

Hustle 2.0

The goal of Hustle 2.0 is to equip incarcerated people with training and tools to transform their lives, impact, and hustle. The Larry H. and Gail Miller Center for Entrepreneurship is a proud partner of Hustle 2.0. On February 25th, twenty-five SUU entrepreneurship students will join the Entrepreneur Leadership Council, President Scott Wyatt, and other local entrepreneurs and business leaders in a visit to High Desert State Prison in Susanville, CA. The SUU team will meet with incarcerated individuals who have prepared for their visit by performing well on at least four entrepreneurship and workplace study modules. 

The February trip is booked to capacity. Students interested in attending future events should contact Tyler Stillman (tylerstillman@suu.edu) for details. 

SUU students will receive a Generous Hustle recognition for their when they have:

  • Completed at least 3 credits in entrepreneurship
  • Pitched an idea at an SUU competition
  • Taken part in a Hustle 2.0 visit 

We anticipate that in the near future, incarcerated individuals who perform at an exceptional level on their Hustle 2.0 curriculum will qualify for an Entrepreneurship Certificate from the Dixie L. Leavitt School of Business. 

Previous visits to Hustle 2.0 included Professor Josh Price, Dean Mary Pearson, Board of Trustee Chair Richard J. Christiansen, and Director of Entrepreneurship Tyler F. Stillman.