Columbia Featured in Impact Entrepreneurship Magazine

“We teach them how to make their ideas viable,” says Chris McGarry, Senior Director for Entrepreneurship in the University Office of Alumni and Development, “undergraduate students are passionate about their ideas, causes, and impact, but they still need to learn how to build a sustainable enterprise, whether it is nonprofit or for-profit.” McGarry adds that undergraduate entrepreneurship programs give high-achieving students, who typically take well-structured academic paths to get into competitive universities such as Columbia, a chance to face uncertainty, take risks, and even fail, with a safety net.


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