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African American History Month Federal Resources The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution...  (Library of Congress)
Two American Entrepreneurs: Madam C.J. Walker and J.C. Penney features the life stories of two business people who lived the American Dream and who helped make that dream a reality for others in their communities. It tells how Walker, an African...  (National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places)
Principles of Entrepreneurship describes the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, which is vital for stimulating economic growth and employment opportunities. Learn about the essentials for building and running a...  (Department of State)
Upstart Startups: Photo Gallery provides snapshots of nine individuals who launched successful startup companies during their teens or 20s. Some are well known. Others are becoming better known every day...  (Department of State)
New Enterprise is a blog featuring pieces written by delegates at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship April 26-27, 2010. Read pieces by entrepreneurs, foundation staff who promote...  (Department of State)
Small Business Administration offers 30-minute courses on how to start a business, develop a business plan, find start-up funding, assess financial needs, manage cash flow, conduct a marketing analysis, build your...  (Small Business Administration)
Microlinks offers knowledge-sharing tools designed to improve the impact of efforts to develop "microenterprises" -- small business that are often unregistered and that have under than 5-10...  (U.S. Agency for International Development)
E2: Energy x Entrepreneurial Spirit looks at entrepreneurial efforts to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy. Read profiles of entrepreneurs who are harnessing green technology to launch their businesses...  (Department of State)
Venture Capital Meets Hi-Tech looks at high-tech start-up businesses and investors who have supported them. Learn how individuals have gone about starting up high-tech businesses and funding them. Find out about...  (Department of State)
The Next New Thing explores innovation. Get ideas about how to innovate right now. Read about nanotechnology in energy, space flight, medicine, and environmental science; social networking used for...  (Department of State)
Entrepreneurship and Small Business looks at small business's contribution to U.S. economic expansion, small business in U.S. history, government's role in encouraging small business, how U.S. bankruptcy laws encourage...  (Department of State)
Focus On: Intellectual Property Rights is a book of essays introducing concepts and issues around intellectual property rights: patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and new forms of intellectual property. Learn...  (Department of State)
ILAB's Entrepreneurship Materials and Educational Resources provides curricula on entrepreneurship in several languages. Curricula focus on helping individuals in developing countries learn how to start their own businesses, helping women...  (Department of Labor)
Entrepreneurship Competency Model identifies personal, academic, general workplace, and entrepreneurial competencies needed to succeed as an entrepreneur. It is one of more than a dozen industry-based competency models...  (Department of Labor)
Entrepreneur Shares Business Tips with African Women profiles entrepreneur and business consultant Rachel Allgood. In a webchat with African women, Allgood talks about the three most important traits for an entrepreneur: managing...  (Department of State)

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