The college is trying to help those who’ve struggled with the process of starting a business, and some of those who are getting into it have taken a course in entrepreneurship that includes a crossword puzzle.
The course, which starts in December and runs through April, has already been widely popular on social media.
Some of the students who took it on are looking forward to taking the course, and one said she had been looking forward for a long time.
“I’ve always been looking for a challenge, and I was always a little intimidated when I first started,” said Tasha McBride.
“But now I’m really excited to do it and have a chance to do something that’s a lot more than a job.”
When you start a business from scratch, you’re usually kind of struggling.
So this is a chance for you to step out of your comfort zone and do something you’re really passionate about,” she added.
The course was created by The New York-based school’s program director, Jody Kowalczyk.
It teaches people to think creatively about the process and how to tackle it on their own, and it teaches people how to navigate the legal hurdles they’ll need to overcome to get started.
It also encourages people to consider investing in their business in order to help them succeed.”
The students who are taking the entrepreneurship course are graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The College of William and Mary. “
And there’s a real sense of excitement around this course because it’s the first one where we actually get to see how people can actually succeed and thrive in a very entrepreneurial space.”
The students who are taking the entrepreneurship course are graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from The College of William and Mary.
The program director said it was a great experience, and she’s hopeful more students will take it.
“We hope to continue to get more students take it in the future,” Kowery said.