Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Business Schools Reach Out to Military Veterans

As we get ready to kick-off the Syracuse University Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities program this Saturday, it was great to see Geoff Gloeckler’s article in Business Week, B-Schools Reach Out to Veterans. I particularly liked the paragraph that wrapped up the article because it was absolutely right on target:

The business schools say they benefit from the programs as much as the veterans. “It’s a privilege to work with disabled American veterans for the third year,” says Judy Olian, dean of UCLA Anderson, according to a press release from the Anderson School. “UCLA Anderson’s expertise in entrepreneurship is a way for us to provide resources to veterans who have sacrificed so much on behalf of the nation and who want to realize their own business dreams and desires to support their families and communities.

As Dean Olian said…it is our privilege to work with these fantastic vets in this outstanding program.

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