Today, we speak to three Entrepreneurship majors from the Rohrer College of Business on what sparked their interest in their major.
“During Economics class freshman year, I had an idea for a business which I decided was what I wanted to do with my life. I wanted to be able to solve real-world problems to make others lives better through business.” – Jerah Siegal, senior, Entrepreneurship major, transfer student from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Mount Laurel, NJ (Burlington County)
“Ever since I was young, I wanted to start my own company. I always had little projects going on when I was younger, but as I got older I realized working on a business that is my own full time was something I was really passionate about.” – Tanvi Koduru, senior, Entrepreneurship major, Somerset, NJ (Somerset County)
“I noticed that the people who make the most money in this world are business owners. I want to be successful and make good money like any other person you might talk to. My father is a very successful business owner, and I want to follow in his footsteps.” – Kevin Dorlon, sophomore, Entrepreneurship major with a minor in Spanish, Long Valley, NJ (Morris County)
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