Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Students score high in the art of free enterprise. A global program that fosters business skills recognizes teens for their success in entrepreneurial and community service ventures.

A professor at Cal State Chico founded the nonprofit program that encourages high school students around the world to succeed in business and be good citizens.

Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Lyles Center helps entrepreneurs develop successful companies through integral professional consulting services and programs.

Entrepreneurship Education Resources – The Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) Educators Corner

The mission of the project is to support and encourage faculty around the world who teach entrepreneurship to future scientists and engineers, as well as those in management and other disciplines.

Editor’s goal: to promote Indian entrepreneurship

"There are no street corners on the rez," says Joe, a Navajo. "It’s hard to be a small entrepreneur."

Bitterroot Business Planning Classes, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15, Hamilton, MT

2006-10-25 19:00:00 Bitterroot Job Service Workforce Center, 333 West Main Street in Hamilton. Contact: RCEDA at 406-375-9416 or email [email protected] Business Planning Classes will be held at the Bitterroot Job Service Workforce Center, 333 West…

Online Program for Entrepreneurs

“These students have ideas. They have creativity, initiative and drive. We can give them
the skills they need to be their own bosses and embrace their entrepreneurial spirit.”

Rise of the Entrepreneurial Class through Entrepreneurial Education at Business Schools

"By and large, business schools have long had the mentality that they’re training managers for big established firms," Rice said. "But if you ignore new product and market development you’re missing the boat."

Teens earn $40,000 salary from podcast hosting site

"This is the American dream," Weina says. "Start the company with zero dollars and end up with a $40,000 salary. I think I’ll take that."

Experts say there is a growing number of teenage entrepreneurs like Weina, and most dive into the online business world. But because of their inexperience with promoting themselves, their stories are rarely heard.

Wisconsin is promoting the development of investors and entrepreneurs clubs with help from the State of Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Network, (WEN), with financial support from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce, offers Wisconsin communities seed money to help form their own Inventor and Entrepreneurs Club

Montana High School Students Like Business! Montana High School Business Challenge Program sees nearly 12% increase in enrollment

In the seventh year of helping “take the mystery out of business” the HSBC computer business simulation is taught for 8 weeks in both the fall and spring school semesters. Working with MCEE, the Montana Chamber Foundation which is a private, nonprofit 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization promoting economic development and education opportunities, sponsors the program. A broad spectrum of individuals, businesses and organizations provide financial support and scholarship opportunities to HSBC students.