If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career. Read more
Several years ago Luke and Neil Markey left their successful positions in the business and military world to form their own company, called ShieldCo, to make beautiful, high quality, three dimensional signage and art out of various types of metal, based on the skills that they had learned from their father at an early age.
Juliette Palacios describes her journey to starting Computing Minds and how important it is to increase diversity in computing.
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Millennials are starting their own businesses for many reasons: they want to be their own boss, pursue passions, or don’t want to be part of corporate America.
Choosing to start a business on the side is the best way to test a new way for making money by putting your skills to good use.
If it wasn't for SCORE, Kenny Soto says he wouldn't have graduated college with the valuable skills that have helped propel him early on in his career.
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