TSU team participating in inaugural “Moguls in the Making” event in Detroit

Tennessee State University is one of 10 institutions that will be competing in an inaugural weekend-long entrepreneurial competition for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) that starts today in Detroit.

Ally Financial teamed-up with Sean “Big Sean” Anderson, a Detroit native, entertainer and entrepreneur,  and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund to create “Moguls in the Making.” It is described as a program aimed at preparing students from HBCUs to become future entrepreneurs and members of the business community. There were more than 500 applications. Read more about the program here.

 

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