School of Business - page 2-3

in the nation —
U.S. News
2013;
One of 12
schools whose graduates
earn more than Harvard’s
ABC News
&
PayScale
;
96% Job Placement Rate;
Top 100 Undergraduate Business
Schools
Bloomberg Businessweek
;
Top
15
entrepreneurship programs
in the nation
Entrepreneur magazine
&
The Princeton Review 2013
;
among the
Top 20
for
Supply ChainManagement
programs
U.S.News &World Report 2013;
Top 35 Great Schools, Great
Prices
U.S. News & World Report.
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There are two types of people in the business world:
leaders
and
followers.
Welcome to the School of Business
at Clarkson University.
We educate leaders.
Followers ... well their role is obvious.
Leaders envision, invent and dare to create what does not yet exist. Things
like smart phones. Stain-resistant khakis. Organic produce. Implantable
medical devices. e-books.
Leaders don’t let sleep interfere with their dreams.
They don’t let yesterday determine tomorrow.
They don’t take no for an answer.
They go beyond what others see as the obvious.
In short,
they defy convention.
Small Business Owner or
College Student?
Both actually.
Meet Young Entrepreneur Matthew S.Turcotte ’14,
CEO of North Shore Solutions and full-time Clarkson
student. Matt is the first student to participate in
Clarkson’sYoung Entrepreneur Award program.
A business owner since he was a junior in
high school, Matthew is now growing his Web
development firm while earning his degree in
innovation and entrepreneurship as a full-time
student in the School of Business.
Turcotte started his own business when he was a
junior in high school to provideWeb design and hosting
services to local businesses in his hometown.
As aYoung Entrepreneur Award recipient,
Turcotte has office space on campus, in addition to
the mentorship of Business faculty and two successful
alumni entrepreneurs.
Since 2010, five students have participated in the
Clarkson University’sYoung Entrepreneur Award program.
Featured in Money magazine.
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