Forget About An MBA: Mentorship Program Has Top Start-up Founders As Teachers

Forget About An MBA: Mentorship Program Has Top Start-up Founders As Teachers
Innovation

Unconventional education model enlists the help of well-known social and tech gurus.

Yi Chen
  • 21 february 2012


When you consider the cost of earning an MBA–that can easily exceed $100,000–most people begin to seek alternative ways to network and gain professional insights. Kane Sarhan and Shaila Ittycheria are co-founders of Enstitute, a program for young aspiring students to be mentored by some of New York’s top entrepreneurs.

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