Minnesota colleges cater to students’ entrepreneurial ambitions

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By Alex Friedrich, MPR News

“Empowered by technology and impatient with the limits of conventional jobs, an increasing number of Minnesota college students are showing an interest in working for themselves, campus officials say.

In recent years, some universities in the state established programs to teach them how to do it. Such entrepreneurship classes are not just luring business majors. Students from the arts and sciences also want to strike out.”

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