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$7,500 to support faculty of the college's technology, industrial, and business programs to build an associate incubator on campus. The project will provide mentoring and business operations skills to students studying in these technical areas

 

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Posted By Doris Lux, Thursday, March 18, 2010
My grant for providing services and support to college students has been slow. What is meant by this is we have done recruiting to all the vocational departments but students do not have time to work with us in an incubator setting. We have a nice number of people in the Entrepreneurship workshop, but only a couple of students and they are not committed to the incubator. I have one student in the incubator. His business is doing well, it is a husband/wife business. Does anyone have suggestions on how to get students involved in an incubator.

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