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Inspiring Students To Succeed In A Global Economy

A talented entrepreneur, Andrew Yang, recently wrote an article in Quartz stating, “Research shows that there’s a substantial correlation between a person’s socioeconomic background and the likelihood of their starting a company. Too many potentially important companies never come to fruition because startup culture — intentionally or not — marginalizes women, underrepresented minorities, and first-generation college students.
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