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Which college students can expect to be at the front lines of a student startup movement?

The startup boom is about to get bigger.

It is the year that millions of students around the world will turn to the internet and their friends, family, and neighbors to launch their own businesses.

That’s why the National Center for the Entrepreneurship of Students at Georgetown University has joined forces with the Washington-based Center for American Progress to launch a program to help students learn how to start their own student-run businesses.

The center’s “startup pilot program” will run in Washington, D.C., beginning in the fall of 2017, the center said.

The goal of the pilot is to provide students with the skills they need to become successful entrepreneurs in the 21st century.

The pilot program is open to any student with a high school diploma or GED who wants to learn how they can start their very own business.

“We’re really excited to partner with the Georgetown University Center for Entrepreneurships to help these students get started on their own entrepreneurial journey,” said Laura Stokes, executive director of the National College Entrepreneurs Program.

“The success of the students will directly impact the future of entrepreneurship in America and the world.”

The center will provide financial aid to students who choose to pursue the pilot program, which will cost $15,000 to $20,000.

Students who have the ability to work with the center will also have access to mentoring opportunities and the ability get mentoring and financial aid from their peers.

The National College Venture Capital Program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and is administered by Georgetown University’s Center for Applied Entrepreneursy, will provide up to $15.4 million to the pilot students.

“As the world’s biggest startup hub, Georgetown has a great opportunity to build on this growing trend by bringing a network of local entrepreneurs and experts to DC,” said Elizabeth D. Schatz, deputy commissioner of the U