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The Advice D.C.’s Student Entrepreneurs Wish They Had Before Their First...

It's hard enough launching your first venture, but imagine doing that while balancing a full-time college course load. It's not easy. That's why local universities...

How Johns Hopkins Is Supporting the Next Generation of Social Innovators

Johns Hopkins University's campus is home to much more than just medical training, science classes and the world-renowned research the campus is known for. Within...

Why It Matters That Colleges Continue To Support Student Entrepreneurship [Guest...

Lisa Cuesta is vice president at NextGen Venture Partners in D.C.  While interns in D.C. may be heading to the Hill for the summer, some...

Blackboard’s Latest Venture? A New Community Hackathon Contest

Blackboard has always been known for being the one that helps schools bring their classrooms online. Now, they're giving their users the chance to...

New Money: The 14 D.C.-Area Companies That Raised Funding in March

In covering the D.C. innovation economy comes the inevitable: funding news. Trust us, there's a lot of it floating around the D.C. metro area....

DC High School Grad Writes New Book to Inspire Girls in...

She's raised $8K on Kickstarter so far...

This DC Student Wants to Make Starting a Business Easier for...

When Diego Mariscal moved to D.C. from Mexico, he didn't quite expect to see the same stigma towards people with disabilities that he saw...

Super Lucky Va. Students Hang With ‘Big Bang Theory’ Star, Get...

At Capital One headquarters in McLean, Va. last night, middle schoolers who participated in the banking company's C1 Coders' program got two surprises that...

DC Startup Raises $6M to Help International Students Study in the...

Higher education is expensive in the U.S., especially for international students who don't have access to federal student loans. It's a problem that inspired...

Misfit Juicery is Turning Ugly Fruit Into A Beautiful Business

While trying to balance their schedules as Georgetown University students, longtime friends Ann Yang and Phil Wong had an idea for what to do...

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