Entrepreneurship program helps develop young business minds

Program links up with new entrepreneurship high school in city to show youth the basics of business | September 24, 2003

The University's entrepreneurship program is joining with the newly formed Entrepreneurship High School in the Cincinnati Public Schools - formerly Jacobs Center - to help develop young entrepreneurs within the city of Cincinnati. Twice each semester the program brings 10 students from the school to campus to listen to a speaker and introduce them to the basics of business.

The program's first speaker was Dave Conway, CEO of locally based Construction Software Products, who was on campus Monday, Sept 22.

"Success is rarely about brilliance; it's about persistence and wanting to survive," Conway was quoted as saying in a story in the
Cincinnati Enquirer.