“Entrepreneurship is the last refuge of the troublemaking individual.” — Natalie Clifford Barney
Entrepreneurs are not just business people. They are artists, scientists, teachers, fashion designers, mathematicians, psychologists, anthropologists, musicians, translators, programmers, graphic designers, marine biologists, dancers, nutritionists, social workers, economists, film-makers and more. They are anyone who wants to take a diploma, and start a business or nonprofit.
At Montclair State, entrepreneurship can be defined in 19,464 different ways—however you want to define it.