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Envision a future in which all incoming community college students study entrepreneurialism, learning to think creatively and bring a culture of innovation to the workforce. Pikes Peak Community College is working with three national organizations to make that a reality. Missouri-based Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative and Clifton Taulbert’s Building Community Institute joined[…]
An entrepreneurial skills course offered at Pikes Peak Community College to help low-performing first-yearstudents gain confidence and finish college is claiming success as the school year comes to a close. The college reports that 416 students enrolled in the Ice House Curriculum course in the fall and 409 in the spring. The program began in[…]
Gary Schoeniger describes the genesis of entrepreneurial thinking in three words: Problems are opportunities. While straightforward, he believes a mindset based on that thinking can have a powerful influence on a person’s life. “Once somebody gets their arms around that simple thought, the world changes,” he said. “It’s deceptively simple, it’s just different from the way we’ve[…]
Pikes Peak Community College will require much of its incoming fall freshman class to enroll in a training program designed for entrepreneurs as a way to better prepare students for college and the workplace, PPCC President Lance Bolton said Wednesday. The 22,000-student college began using the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in four introductory classes in[…]