I’ve been talking about the value one gets from a college for a long time, now it seems that there are some folks that agree with me. I just read about an apprenticeship program in Fast Company for people aged 18 – 24 in New York City (they are looking to open in other cities) that will help students learn about being successful by working with people that are successful. From the E[nstitute] website:
E[nstitute] fellows will be the first in their generation to learn from the top entrepreneurs through a revolutionary new model that will provide them exposure across all aspects of business and enable them to solve real life problems with real life consequences.
-18–24 years old
-High school diploma or equivalent
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