Neeley School of Business at TCU honors 24 Texas high school students for entrepreneurial businesses
Fort Worth, TX
The Neeley School of Business at TCU has chosen 24 high school entrepreneurs as finalists for the TCU Texas Youth Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
The 24 finalists will participate in TCU Young Entrepreneur Days on campus, February 21-22, 2010, where they will consult with successful entrepreneurs, learn about TCU’s award-winning entrepreneurship program and experience college life. The students will be interviewed by a panel of judges who select the six award recipients. The Grand Award winner receives a $5,000 scholarship, and five winners receive $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships are doubled for those who attend TCU. The awards banquet will take place February 22, 5:30 pm, at the Brown-Lupton University Union.
The Neeley School of Business
David Minor, entrepreneur in residence at the Neeley School of Business and the founder of the TCU Texas Youth Entrepreneur of the Year program, said, “The Neeley Entrepreneurship Center honors the entrepreneurial spirit in Texas youths because we know what a vital force entrepreneurship is to the economy, and what it means to these students to realize their dreams of independent success.”
For more information on the Neeley Entrepreneurship Center, the TCU Texas Youth Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, visit www.nep.tcu.edu