In a recent keynote at Junior Achievement of Arkansas, Arkansas native Erica Swallow urged students to dream big, take initiative, and never settle.
Watch entrepreneur Erica Swallow give a lighting-style talk at Lean Startup Conference about how high schoolers are using the Lean Startup methodology.
Educators worldwide are seeking ways to better engage students and prepare them for life after high school. For some, Lean Startup is a part of the solution.
What if the goal of education was to inspire students to be innovation junkies? Imagine if the expectation for students was to be innovators.
A decade ago, high school students were sent home with supply lists that included a backpack, binders, notebooks, and pens. Today, it is becoming increasingly important for a high schooler to come prepared with his or her digital records of achievement, including a LinkedIn profile, a resumé, and a digital portfolio.
Culture isn’t a decree from on high, implemented with the simple swoosh of the CEO’s hand. Instead, it has to be built by and for the entire team it represents.
What follows is an account of my experience in Ferguson on August 10th, the day following the shootout with Tyrone Harris, Jr., and thoughts on where this movement is heading.
Educators from around America gathered this week at the Hawken School Educators Workshop for Entrepreneurial Studies to discuss and share best practices for launching entrepreneurship programs in K-12.
The goal? To help female founders connect with leading venture capitalists in Boston. Here’s what happened.
The startups with all-male boards include some of the most celebrated brands, such as Uber, Snapchat, Tinder and Airbnb.