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The College of the Arts, founded by the late Michael Bloomberg, is one of the few institutions dedicated to encouraging and fostering entrepreneurial spirit in students.

Students can sign up to host the annual event, which attracts up to 2,000 attendees and is held in conjunction with the College of Engineering.

The University of Chicago, a private institution that prides itself on its liberal arts programs, is home to several startup events.

The most recent was the Entrepreneurship Day in May, which saw more than 1,000 participants and raised $4.6 million for local nonprofits.

The New York University’s Entrepreneurships Academy offers a variety of programs to help aspiring entrepreneurs succeed, including one for the first time in the city.

The program, which was launched in 2016, is currently open to all undergraduates.

The Institute of Museum and Library Services has created an entrepreneurial education initiative called the Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program, which helps students get involved in the industry through a combination of mentorship and networking opportunities.

Students must first complete a program on entrepreneurship in the Institute’s new Entrepreneurs in Residence Program.

This article was updated on May 25, 2018 to include a list of schools offering entrepreneurship classes and the number of students who participated in the Entrepreneurus program.