The Evolution of an Entrepreneurial Endeavor at an Educational Institution
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Kautz, L. & Tassone, S. (2000). The Evolution of an Entrepreneurial Endeavor at an Educational Institution. In Proceedings of WebNet World Conference on the WWW and Internet 2000 (pp. 738-739). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This paper discusses the development and progress of an endeavor at Marist College which offers students an extension of their education, while providing funding for upgrading technology. This provides the students with an opportunity to utilize their education to build and improve their communication and technical skills, while giving them real world work experience. The Center for Applied Technology (CAT) is a resourceful approach to learning. Working with CAT is a wonderful learning experience not only for the talented student workers, but also for the client and the faculty. The business community benefits by being able to tap into one of the largest resources of talent and skill in the Hudson Valley.
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