Tony Dykstra Named CECE’s First START Scholar Consultant


The Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Empowerment is pleased to announce that Tony Dykstra has been named its first START Scholar Consultant.   As the first START Scholar Consultant Tony will be employed to:

  • Create an interdisciplinary team of talented Trinity Christian College students
  • Partner with experienced practitioners
  • Develop client relationships
  • Lead a team of student strategy-oriented consultants
  • Serve for-profit and non-profit organizations

In addition Tony will assist CECE’s director by helping to recruit prospective students and representing CECE at various events.

The Troll Scholars Consultant appointment is for the Fall 2016 semester.   To qualify, candidates must be Trinity students with a successful track record in leadership and consulting, and the heart to make a positive difference guided by Christian values.

Tony is a Junior Entrepreneurial Management and Marketing double major and a member of men’s golf team.  He is co-founder of Trinity’s E-Club (Entrepreneurship Club) and serves as its president.  This summer he worked as in intern in San Diego, CA.  Last year, as E-Club president, he played a significant role in Trinity’s dodgeball tournament which raised money for the Empowerment Fund.  Proceeds were used to purchase a standing wheelchair for Katie Vree, a junior nursing major.