Tribal College Entrepreneurship Programs: The family emphasis

Feb 15th, 1992 | By | Category: 3-4: Indians Teaching America, Research
By Steve Robinson and Stephen Hogan

On the surface, entrepreneurship programs at tribal colleges seem to follow the small business and entrepreneur curriculum designs of conventional, non-Indian colleges, but a closer examination of course content and objectives at tribal colleges reveals an emerging pattern that traditional, non-Indian colleges would do well to follow. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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