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Student Entrepreneurs Group

February 24, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

This week something started: a Student Entrepreneur’s Group. It was a small but enthusiastic beginning! Four students came to learn about the upcoming business plan contest, learn about resources the CES can bring to them, and share information and stories. Three of the four already have businesses and all have ideas about how to move their efforts to the next level.

Entrepreneurs everywhere benefit from interacting with each other, sharing stories and connections and knowledge. It’s so important here at Bridgewater State, where so many of our students work in addition to attending college and need to optimize their time. The right kind of networking can really help.

Next Wednesday March 2 the SEG will meet again, in Burnell Hall room 118, at 10 AM. We’ll be bringing in the chair of the CES Advisory Board, Adrienne Kravitz. She’s an alumna, an entrepreneur, and is dedicated to helping students succeed. We hope we will see you in Burnell!

  1. October 29, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Group study can be a great way to learn. Not only can you use group study to share information and opinions, it is also useful to be able to develop an understanding as to how to work with others for when you start a career. Another advantage is that when working in a group, you can develop bonds and friendships that can extend to non academic activities.

    Practice should be thought of as fundamental when learning a new topic. The more times that you go over material, and attempt problems and essays that are difficult to you, the better you will become at the tasks. It is important to know when you need to practice on a subject more, and when you have acquired as much knowledge as you need. Be aware that excessively practicing can lead to brain fog.

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