At the core of a successful venture is a founder’s love of a problem and their desire to find ways to solve the problem.


How can you help students find a problem worth solving?

Self Reflection: give students time to reflect and list their passions, frustrations and areas of expertise. Then see where there is overlap, do they encompass a particular problem?

Problem Log: have students go through a day and document as many problems as they can that they experience or see others experiencing.

United Nations Global Issues: students can go to United Nations Global Issues and explore the 22 critical global issues defined by the UN to get ideas for problems worth solving.

Join us on April 15th at 4pm PST if you’re an educator looking to bring new ideas to your entrepreneurship course and have a conversation around entrepreneurship in today’s classrooms. Register here.

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