If you are in college you should start your own business because there is no better time to do so.
When I was in college working on thecampusatlas.com I remember thinking how great it was to have the flexibility of a student and to have the resources of a college university in order to get things done. I was surrounded by exceptionally bright people from all different backgrounds and areas of expertise who were willing to provide guidance.
A friend of mine recently had success with his college endeavor and conveys a similar thought in a recent article called Deconstructing Invite Media’s success story :
“There is no better time to start a company than when you’re in school,” he said.
After all, college students don’t require a lot of money, their housing often is paid for, and their peers often are willing to hustle at all … Read More »
As a grandson of a holocaust survivor, I have a very specific lens by which I view the religion of Judaism. As a student of technology and media, one of the millennial generation, I also have a specific lens by which I view the intersection of religion and our present day culture. A culture that is driven by real time communications, personalization, social networking and extreme amounts of multitasking. This post is about that intersection between religion and present day culture as it relates to philanthropic outreach in the Jewish community.
Recently, there has been debate in the philanthropic Jewish community about how Judaism can be relevant and provide substantive educational opportunities to its members. It is the idea that by using smart outreach programs the Jewish religion can become a more important role in the lives of many. A recent article by Edgar M. … Read More »