Gen Zs have grown up in a time in which dropping out of college, or skipping it altogether, has become popularized — especially for people who want to be entrepreneurs. We’ve grown up surrounded by successful entrepreneurs who dropped out of college.Read More
In the Fall of 2015, I excitedly walked through the front gates of Georgetown University on my first day of class. Because Georgetown doesn’t have Greek life, many other student organizations substitute for students’ social life. After finding this out, I applied to eight clubs — the same number of schools that I had applied to for college. As each of these clubs were extremely competitive, I had to write multiple essays for each application. And on top of that, I had to include materials such as my resume, transcript, and standardized testing scores. After a long and stressful process, I ended up getting denied by not one, but all eight, organizations that I applied for.Read More
Before the age of 20, Mark Bao had founded 10 technology startups. Recently, he sold ThreeWords.me — a site with millions of page views — to dot-com mogul Kevin Ham.
At the age of 17, Nick D’Aloisio sold his mobile news application Summly to Yahoo! for $30 million. While completing his high school degree, he is also working at Yahoo’s London office because Yahoo! will not let him work from home.Read More