October 2009
Entrepreneur;Oct2009, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p48
The article discusses the institution of entrepreneurship program at the Howard University in Washington. It notes that the school creates entrepreneurial boot camp to emphasize the benefit of entrepreneurship to the black community. The school also provides students with free business coaching and the GADGET Center. Johnetta Hardy, the director of the school's Institute for Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Innovation, mentions the innovation and creativity of entrepreneurial students.


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