On college campuses across the world, entrepreneurship is hot. And you want in. Well, not all in.
Maybe your schedule is already jammed with classes, extracurriculars and commitments to student organizations. Or, perhaps you aren’t out to disrupt an industry or create the next Snapchat. But you do have an idea and want to see if it will work.
The good news is that being a student doesn’t mean you can’t dip your toes in the pool of entrepreneurship.
Instead of diving all in, build an “after class startup” that you can explore in your free time. This allows you test the waters and bring out your inner entrepreneur on your own terms.
More on how to do it right on campus.about.me.
Antonio Neves is the Director of Higher Education for about.me. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. You can find him on Twitter at @TheAntonioNeves.
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