Entrepreneurial skills are being sought by companies as they consider college graduates, particularly engineers, for future employment. Technical skills have become the baseline while the ability to apply these skills in a business environment has become a key differentiator in the value of employees in corporate environments. To address this need some universities have incorporated entrepreneurial skill development in curricular and extra-curricular offerings. This paper chronicles how Texas A&M University has developed an extra-curricular program which focuses on experiential learning to develop an entrepreneurial mindset in students whilst following the engineering design process. Appropriately named: Aggies Invent.