Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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University as Entrepreneur – Kauffman Foundation help ideas take flight at ASU

The six winners were chosen based on their program’s potential for increased student participation and success, attainment of further funding, and movement of innovations to the marketplace.

Arlee students’ business plan takes top prize. “Snack Shack”

“The students nailed their presentation, they were fearless and I was so proud of them,” said Tina Begay, the chapter’s co-adviser. “They represented the Flathead Nation and Arlee community very well.”

How to Start a College Entrepreneurship Club

While many young people are starting to understand and embrace the concept of entrepreneurship – they’re being introduced to it as early as high school and college – those entering college for the first time may have no idea what entrepreneurship means and how it relates to their personal and professional goals.

Hewlett Packard Offering Granfs for Microenterprise Programs

The awards are focused on providing technology access for entrepreneurs and on training micro-entrepreneurs in the use of technology to build and grow their businesses.

Seeding Entrepreneurship Across Campus: Early Implementation Experiences of the Kauffman Campuses Initiative

Because entrepreneurs and innovative ideas can arise from within any
academic discipline, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has encouraged the expansion
of entrepreneurship programs and activities campus-wide to provide educational
opportunities in entrepreneurship to all students, regardless of their field.

Small Business Week 2007: Entrepreneurship in America

Small businesses drive our economy. They create 60-80 percent of the new jobs every year and represent more than half of our non-farm private GDP. Since August 2003 more than 7.2 million jobs have been created – more jobs than the European Union and Japan combined.

Montana students tackle the "High School Business Challenge"

"Business Challenge takes students out of textbooks a little bit and gives them a realistic look at the often difficult decisions that business people must make."

Energizing Young Entrepreneurs in Rural Communities

When channeled and
combined with entrepreneurial education and real world experience, they can
found businesses with significant wealth and job creation potential. Engaging,
equipping and supporting young entrepreneurs are keys to long-term vitality and
sustainability of rural communities.

Montana State University Entrepreneur Day 2007

Hosted by the Montana State University College of Business, the day s presenters offered practical tips to students interested in the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management minor and to business professionals pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors.

Kid-Possible! Entrepreneurs Making a Difference ‘That Was Easy’ Competition Showcases Youth Ventures

"Kids these days," we’ve all heard it. The words are usually said with disdain and meant to imply that kids are somehow not what kids of generations past were. But finalists in the "That Was Easy" competition may challenge that notion.