The University of Michigan is rated #1 for entrepreneurship. We are so fortunate that Eric Fretz, professor of Entrepreneurship and Creativity, is on our forth episode of The Studentpreneur Show!
On this episode Taegan interviews Eric Fretz about the innovation stirring up at University of Michigan, tips for starting a business while in college, and character traits of successful people.
Summer is about adventure and fun, so you want alternatives to traditional summer jobs. You don’t want to be bogged down by a minimum wage job that you’ll have to work 60 hours a week, right? That’s why today we’re offering you four creative alternatives to summer jobs for the hardworking free spirits so you don’t have to slave away and can start enjoying your summer!
Follow along for the suggestions below!
In this episode, Taegan interviews Karen Kunkle and Sarah Clayton of the GO CAPS program. GO CAPS stands for the Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies. While the GO CAPS program itself focuses on developing skills in high school students, this episode is full of ideas and wisdom for local business involvement with the community and for entrepreneurs.
The BookScouter team is thrilled to announce the launch of our podcast: The Studentpreneur Show!
The Studentpreneur Show podcast is for studentpreneurs, entrepreneurs, companies and leaders looking to help small businesses be more successful and, of course, anyone considering starting their own business.
Over the years we have worked with many college students. From the students we learned that an impressive amount have an entrepreneurial spirit.
We decided to make a podcast for you, the people who inspire us most. The scrappy, passionate people working to make their mark in the world, you rock!