In facing the era of global competition, the government must be able to prepare qualified and reliable human resources, preparing qualified and reliable human resources can be done through training and skills and entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship is considered very important in increasing the economic growth of a country. “Entrepreneurship is the key for Indonesia to advance the economy” in creating these entrepreneurs, one way is by providing entrepreneurship education to students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Semarang in order to create reliable entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship education has actually been considered long enough. Students of the Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Semarang have also formed and implemented entrepreneurship since several years ago, but the birth of entrepreneurs is still far from expectations, therefore students will develop their entrepreneurial spirit in the student environment of the Faculty of Social Sciences, State University of Semarang in an effort to create reliable entrepreneurship. If Indonesia is not able to form new reliable entrepreneurs, it is predicted that the number of unemployed in Indonesia will increase, and it will certainly have an impact on the decline in Indonesia’s economic growth rate.

“Agent of Change” is a sentence that is often associated with people who hold the status as students. How not, students are expected to be able to become the motor of change in dealing with the problems that are happening. Students according to Knopfemacher (in Suwono, 1978) are prospective scholars who, in their involvement with universities, are educated and expected to become intellectual candidates. Student life is certainly not light. Students must be prepared with various assignments given. Not infrequently, many students are overwhelmed to divide their time in doing assignments. For students who come from the region, they are required to adapt to the surrounding environment and harbor a sense of longing for the family. Therefore, it is very important to develop the entrepreneurial spirit in order to be able to produce new reliable entrepreneurs.

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