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TC Works to Make Summer Bizcamp a Success

TC hosted the Institute for Enreprenuership and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship's Summer BizCamp, a two-week entrepenreurial summer program for New York art students in grades 8 through 12.

TC hosted the Institute for Enreprenuership and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship's Summer BizCamp, a two-week entrepenreurial summer program for New York art students in grades 8 through 12. The program trained young artists in identifying career opportunities and developing the business skills necessary to turn artistic passion into professional success. The program is supported by funding from New York State Senator Roy Goodman. President Levine, who was present at the ceremony honoring 12 of the 74 students attending BizCamp, called Senator Goodman "New York State's leading advocate of the arts."

Published Tuesday, Sep. 18, 2001

TC Works to Make Summer Bizcamp a Success

TC hosted the Institute for Enreprenuership and the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship's Summer BizCamp, a two-week entrepenreurial summer program for New York art students in grades 8 through 12. The program trained young artists in identifying career opportunities and developing the business skills necessary to turn artistic passion into professional success. The program is supported by funding from New York State Senator Roy Goodman. President Levine, who was present at the ceremony honoring 12 of the 74 students attending BizCamp, called Senator Goodman "New York State's leading advocate of the arts."

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