Florida Gulf Coast University

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FGCU's recently established Institute for Entrepreneurship is working with Veterans Florida to offer an entrepreneurship program, which started its first class in spring 2017.

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Project Amazonas is an NGO focusing on medical, ecological and social needs in the Peruvian Amazon. It considers itself a good way for students to get real world experience in related fields and has offered partnerships with students and colleges for more than 20 years.

Its latest partnership is with the fledgling honors college at FGCU, which will be hosting its presentation for the honors students tonight on campus.

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Conflict resolution and inclusivity are basics most of us learned in preschool, but sometimes, in a divided world, a refresher course can be of use.


As of this week, the United States is halfway through Hispanic Heritage Month.

The month is the expected 30 days long but runs between two months — from mid-September to mid-October.

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Florida is home to more than 2.3 million small businesses, employing more than 3 million people. The federal Small Business Administration found 43 percent of Florida jobs came from entrepreneurs employing anywhere from a handful to dozens of people. But can entrepreneurship be taught?