Post Graduate Work
Transitioning your college business into the world beyond graduation
It's April, and you're nearing graduation. Your business has been your life while in college, but can it extend beyond those ivy-covered walls?
It depends on the business, says David Minor, director of the Neeley Entrepreneurship Program at the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. "A lot of times, students have businesses in college to make extra money, but they're not ones they would consider expanding beyond the college years."
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