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2013: Helping Entrepreneurs Revitalize Our Economy & Society

Student-Led, Faculty-Guided Project - 2013

Authors: Sam Carter


This Co-Learning Plan detailed an effort to establish a collegiate chapter of the Lansing Black Chamber of Commerce in order to impact the number of entrepreneurs among members of urban and distressed communities. This project hoped to give students "heroes" the inspiration to look within themselves and find the creativity and passion to aspire to extraordinary goals.

Project Updated As Of September 30th, 2013



Author Information

Sam Carter is an Associate Professor at Michigan State University Board College of Business, as well as the Faculty Director of the Burgees Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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