November was National Entrepreneurship Month and in this year’s proclamation designating it as such, President Obama called on all Americans to “come together and help aspiring entrepreneurs take a chance on themselves and their visions for a brighter future.”
In that spirit, throughout the month of November, OSTP highlighted the inspiring stories of students across America who are rolling up their sleeves, pursuing bright ideas, and starting companies—as well as many of the new tools, services, and programs that are emerging to help even more students blaze entrepreneurial paths to the future.
In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of how we celebrated National Entrepreneurship Month in November:
While National Entrepreneurship Month has ended, our work to celebrate and support student entrepreneurs will continue to move ahead at full speed. Through the White House Startup America initiative, the Administration will continue to work to accelerate entrepreneurship across the country and to inspire students on America’s university campuses to think big.
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Doug Rand is Assistant Director for Entrepreneurship at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy