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NACCE Journal Included In Educational Resources Recommended To Delegates at Presidential Summit

Monday, May 03, 2010   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Matthew Montoya
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Springfield, MA – May 3, 2010 – The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) is pleased to announce that its quarterly journal, Community College Entrepreneurship, has been recommended as an educational resource to attendees at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship, held last week in Washington, D.C.

Co-hosted by the U.S. Departments of Commerce and State, the Presidential Summit brought together more than 275 participants from over 50 countries around the world. The event was held to highlight the importance of entrepreneurship to fostering economy opportunity and community development and to help build relationships that will lead to greater opportunity at home and abroad.

"We are very excited to have our journal brought to the attention of Summit delegates from around the world,” said NACCE Executive Director Heather Van Sickle. "We already have a number of international members and have seen entrepreneurship education ties develop between countries as a result of people from other countries attending our annual conference. Entrepreneurship truly is a global topic and we’re pleased to be part of the discussion initiated at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship.”

The NACCE resource, along with materials from other private organizations and the U.S. government, have been made available to delegates (or to anyone with Internet access) at http://www.entrepreneurship.gov/summit/educationalresources.html.

About NACCE

NACCE connects community college administrators and faculty with knowledge and successful practices regarding entrepreneurial thinking, entrepreneurship education, and student business incubation. NACCE holds an annual conference and symposium, publishes a quarterly journal, hosts monthly webinars and podcasts and a dynamic list-serv, develops web resources such as shared entrepreneurship curricula and syllabi for faculty, and creates guides in beginning and sustaining entrepreneurship and student business incubation programs as well as tips for grant proposals specific to entrepreneurial endeavors at community colleges. For more information, visithttp://www.nacce.com.


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