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The Best Places for Entrepreneurs to Learn

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This story appears in the April 2009 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »
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Entrepreneurs are known for gaining inspiration from unexpected sources. Some even get it from a lump of Play-Doh.

The Entrepreneur for a Day program that Springfield Technical Community in Massachusetts brings to local elementary schools is about hands-on experience at its most tactile--and juvenile. As part of the program, kids team up to build a business based on items they design with molding clay. It's the kind of experiential that so many programs are emphasizing to foster big ideas and big results.

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