The immigration debate kicks up, talking social in the Big Apple, the 1992 law that gave online shops a tax advantage may get jettisoned, investors flock to Minneapolis to connect with medical tech startups, Southwest Airlines CEO talks business in Denver, ShoeDazzle's Brian Lee offers his diagnosis for what's going on in Silicon Beach, UCLA declares a day of sharing… This week’s notable news and startup events for young treps.
It's a perennial question, but a tough one all the same. As early May marks the deadline for when many future young treps will need to decide if going to college is right for them, here are a few key considerations.
As the school year winds down, aspiring entrepreneurs may wonder whether they should study entrepreneurship in college or just startup. YE Coach Antonio Neves offers some reasons for and against.
Social Media Week kicks off, startups rally in Atlanta, Stanford gives young treps the mic, PandoMonthly chats with Drew Houston, a govathon takes stage, Kairos Society's young treps gather in NYC… This week’s notable news and startup events for young ‘treps.
When the tech wunderkind took his life after a prolonged legal battle, some wonder if MIT should have been more supportive. Here's a look at the university's role in the debacle and what if anything other institutions are doing as a result.
If you're a young entrepreneur who's planning to start college in the fall, this scholarship may be for you. But hurry, the deadline to apply is December 17.
If choosing to study entrepreneurship in college or graduate school is tough, deciding where to go is even more challenging. Here are some tips.
University of the People offers some would-be entrepreneurs an opportunity to bone up on business basics. See how the program could become an even more viable option in the future.
If you weren't born with an innate ability to manage a business, you could get an MBA. Or you might try implementing these tips.
These successful business leaders are teaching classes on everything from leadership to technology to finance at universities and colleges across America.
The Princeton Review's annual ranking of the 50 best entrepreneurship programs in the U.S.
The Princeton Review evaluates the best entrepreneurship programs in the U.S. in its annual ranking. Here's a look at the top 10 undergraduate programs.
The Princeton Review evaluates the best entrepreneurship programs in the U.S. in its annual ranking. Here's a look at the top 10 graduate programs.
A listing of this year's top graduate programs for entrepreneurship.
A listing of this year's top undergraduate programs.
To become an entrepreneur, it might behoove you to study something different. Here's more about some of the alternative courses and programs picking up steam among aspiring entrepreneurs.
To spur added innovation in the U.S., some support giving academics more freedom to start up. Here's a look at the argument for and against the idea.
In the search for new ideas, private companies are hosting ever more college-based business pitch contests, as well as launching in-house startup incubators. But is this route right for your startup?
For busy entrepreneurs, an online degree may be a just-right option. But definitely weigh your options carefully.
While the number of employed young people remains desperately low, some experts suggest entrepreneurship as an increasingly worthy option.