An article by Catherine Clifford at Entrepreneur describes a study showing "entrepreneurial intentions" can be cultivated in the right college environment:
From the article:
"This study disrupts the position that higher education may not be conducive to fostering innovation by suggesting that both personality and structured higher education experiences contribute to cultivating innovation potential among college students."
The article also describes the Thiel Fellowship's take on college:
"College can be good for learning about what’s been done before, but it can also discourage you from doing something new."
What's your opinion on the effectiveness of entrepreneurship programs? They seem to be springing up everywhere...