Getting started

August 27, 2008 at 6:13 am 3 comments

Looking for ways to get started? Read about the Entrepreneur in the Classroom (EITC) curriculum, register, and consider starting with our EITC alternative exercises. These are great if:

1. You are not familiar with entrepreneurship

2. Your group/class is not familiar with entrepreneurship

3. You are working with/teaching a group of high-energy people and need to keep their interest

4. All of the above

Ready to dive in for the full meal deal? Register for our free Entrepreneur in the Classroom curriculum and peruse the three modules.

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