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Effectiveness of Entrepreneurship Education Practice

Tuesday, January 25, 2011   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Matthew Montoya
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Entrepreneurs are the founders and foundation of this nation. When economies falter, people often seek their own path, self-reliance, and entrepreneurship. In addition, many people have ideas they want to bring to market. What role should community colleges play in fostering the development of the entrepreneur? In an attempt to determine best practices for community colleges in supporting potential and current entrepreneurs, the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) has embarked on a multiple-stage study from which we are building consensus on the salient points of best practices in entrepreneurship education to share with all community colleges.

Please support us in this work by participating in the following brief survey about perceptions of the effectiveness of various approaches to entrepreneurship education identified in our current study.

To take this short survey visit:   


Heather Van SickleExecutive Director, NACCE

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