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These schools graduate the most funded startup CEOs

These schools graduate the most funded startup CEOs

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  • UW-Madison & three other schools from the Big 10 make the top 20. Kudos to the big state universities for taking such a large population of kids and molding them for success in the future.

    I believe there is a definitive correlation between being a successful leader and having a well rounded, multifaceted

    UW-Madison & three other schools from the Big 10 make the top 20. Kudos to the big state universities for taking such a large population of kids and molding them for success in the future.

    I believe there is a definitive correlation between being a successful leader and having a well rounded, multifaceted education. To be competitive all areas of knowledge, from sports to fine arts, engineering to business, politics to science, this cauldron of experience available at larger universities, creates a fertile, diverse environment for future success.

    This new economy, as well as this new era of government and politics, needs a work force of leaders that are knowledgeable in all subjects, and with today’s technology there’s no reason why that can’t be.

    There are ‘Help Wanted’ signs in every field, but I feel a definite shift at the entrepreneurial side of things, which is involved in every field. You name it, and that’s where entrepreneurs are needed. From environment to law, to agriculture, medicine, technology, architecture, design, etc... etc. There is no door that will not open for those that have learned to paint with a lot of different colors, on a lot of different canvases, and with a lot of different brushes. #OnWisconsin

    "The future belongs to young people with an education and the imagination to create."

    –President Barack Obama

  • Although I see much of a difference in this article between Harvard and Stanford University, however, the point was noted at the end. You don't have to necessarily attend a University or get a degree before you become a CEO of a great establishment. Also, most CEOs today aren't specializing into the

    Although I see much of a difference in this article between Harvard and Stanford University, however, the point was noted at the end. You don't have to necessarily attend a University or get a degree before you become a CEO of a great establishment. Also, most CEOs today aren't specializing into the degree they had, most of them found different paths and have become wonderful in their career. If Bill Gates and Steve Jobs could drop out to start up something and ended up becoming Billionaires, you can as well find your place where you'll start with something incredible and end up just like them or even better. Go for whatever you want to become, be a great CEO!