Entrepreneurs are resilient and resourceful, creative and critical thinkers who possess the 21st-century skills the world now demands. The array of skills necessary to successfully navigate an entrepreneurial journey puts most first-generation and ethnic minority individuals at a fundamental disadvantage.
But, being entrepreneurial is not just about building skills. It is a mindset, a framework for thinking and acting that can empower anyone to succeed. This mindset is developed through deliberate practice and building a network of individuals who uplift one and challenge one to grow. Developing relationships with successful business owners and prospective entrepreneurs allows for connections, best practices, and knowledge transfer.
In this webinar, learn how Richland Community College’s Minority Mentor Protégé Program utilizes entrepreneurial mindset education to support minority-owned businesses.