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Forget military's colleges and universities have something else in mind of the kids of today: fashioning them into the next generation of entrepreneurs.

In today's society, where constant change characterizes ouroh-so-fervent economy, it is our youth who've happened upon therealization that they'd be a heck of a lot better off justworking for themselves. With the dissolution of familiar industry,the unpredictable fate of large-firm employment and the tremendousinfluence technology has had on self-molded careers, the field ofentrepreneurship has gotten some strong approval from the public.Tack on the fact that because the majority of this change hasresulted from the innovative small-business sector, significantsupport has shifted toward the relevance of incorporatingentrepreneurial knowledge and skills into our youth'sacademia.

And whilemost upper and middle class youth may be hand-fed allthe tricks of the trade through informal parental debate at thegood ol' dinner table, entrepreneurship has finally earnedrecognition as a skill that can be extremely helpful in life. Askill that, according to National Foundation for TeachingEntrepreneurship (NFTE) founder Steve Mariotti, every child has theright to know-which leads us to reacquainting you with theprograms and higher educational institutions that are contributingto the overall growth of entreprenuerial learning andknowledge.

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