Daniel was a great student and I am confident that he will do great things in his life. What I didn’t know was that he was a Guardian Scholar, which is a program “committed to supporting current and former foster youth exiting the foster care system.” That makes his accomplishments so much more impressive. Daniel was recently interviewed by Mihaylo College and had this to say about his degree in Entrepreneurship:

I decided to choose entrepreneurship because it was a reflection of my life. My life is filled with so many obstacles, perils, innovation and risks. I’ve overcome so many challenges, so when I heard that there was a degree in which you can study entrepreneurship, I pursued it. This degree means that I have the ability to navigate the business world in various locations all over the globe, adapting and creating and bringing new ideas, technology or just about anything into this world.

https://business.fullerton.edu/news/2020/06/18/guardian-scholar-to-entrepreneur-daniel-taylor-20-shares-his-cal-state-fullerton-experience/

The whole interview is great, click on one of the links above to read it in full.

CSUF Entrepreneurship

We are dedicated to helping the next generation of entrepreneurs develop the skills that they need to compete locally and globally. The CSUF Entrepreneurship program does many things, including: consulting projects where students serve up fresh strategies to actual businesses, competitions for students from middle school to grad school, helping entrepreneurs go from concept to launch, frequent seminars and office hours for entrepreneurs and professionals, and much more. Interested in becoming a part of the CSUF Entrepreneurship community? Reach out to us at csufentrepreneurship@fullerton.edu for more information! CSUF Entrepreneurship depends on the support of the community, please go here to donate.

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