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Marshall to host West Virginia Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship this summer


West Virginia students in ninth, 10th and 11th grades interested in exploring entrepreneurship as a career can begin by applying to the West Virginia Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship (WVGSE), a three-week experience that will take place this summer on Marshall University’s Huntington campus.
The faculty and staff of Marshall’s Lewis College of Business will host WVGSE for the second consecutive year, and there is no cost for eligible students, according to a news release.
WVGSE takes place June 19 through July 9 and is an immersive, residential experience in which students develop a business model, build prototypes and engage potential customers to test assumptions. Students will engage in creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving and calculated risk-taking in pursuit of solving a problem.
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