News and Articles About College Entrepreneurs
With so many people talking in your ear when launching a new venture, there's bound to be some bad advice. Ignore them for your own good.
If you bring on the right person, having an intern can be extremely beneficial to your company.
The CEO of a business with a social mission shares six tips for taking advantage of being on campus.
To help recent college grads transition from the classroom to the office, here are a few pieces of advice on finding success.
As students cap off their high school careers, they, and everyone else, should take this advice to heart.
You don't have to wait until after graduation to run your own business. From inception to launch, here's how to start up while you're still a student.
Some professionals view managing interns a hassle, while others find them extremely helpful. Here is how to best utilize an intern so you both get something out of the experience.
A look at the factors influencing the generation born between 1981 and 1997.
With 25,000 users and $200,000 in funding, the social network is now rolling out to all campuses nationwide.
Businesses have been launched in dorm rooms and some, famously, have been launched by college drop outs. The cost in time and money of a degree are serious considerations.
Even those ridiculed liberal arts degrees are a better foundation for being an entrepreneur than many despairing graduates realize.
Whether they dropped out or stuck it out, going to college more than paid off for today's top tech startup billionaires -- higher ed skeptic and Stanford alum Peter Thiel included.
Saxby's founder Nick Bayer talks about the one-of-a-kind program and why he wishes there was one for himself years ago.
Everyone is freeto become an entrepreneur but it seems some people really never had an alternative.