The Walsh Institute is the business services division of Walsh College.
What We Do
Blackstone LaunchPad: Funded by the Blackstone Charitable Foundation, and in partnership with New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michigan, Automation Alley, University of Miami and Wayne State University, this program helps aspiring entrepreneurs develop and launch their businesses. As the first of its kind in Michigan, it offers fully enrolled, for-credit Walsh students and degreed Walsh alumni the opportunity to assess the feasibility of their ideas for starting and growing for- and non-profit ventures.
Customized Business Training and Certifications: Walsh faculty-taught sessions tailored to a company’s core issues. Topics range from implementing technology changes to industry-specific certifications.
Leadership Center: Educational programs for owners and management teams of small and family business. Programs include confidential forums, workshops and discipline specific conferences.
Who We Are
We’re a think tank at your service, here to present the options and recommend the next steps. We’ll put you in touch with the people you need to meet and show you how to analyze the changes in the market. We are ready to help you, right now. Learn more.
Where We Come From
Walsh College has taught southeast Michigan’s commercial leaders since 1922, when Mervyn Walsh left a pretty good gig as Thomas Edison’s accountant to teach the Pace Accounting Method to students in Detroit for $60 per semester. Learn more.