High School Tycoons

Friday, November 13, 2009

Mary Mazzio, director of the documentaryTen9Eight, and Rahfeal Gordon, National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) alumnus and founder and CEO of RahGor Motivations and RahGor Publishing, talk about the movie TEN9EIGHT which follows high school students competing for funding to launch their own businesses.


Rahfeal Gordon and Mary Mazzio

Comments [5]

john from office

I do like you show Brian. You should present hopeful youth.

Nov. 13 2009 11:32 AM
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Nov. 13 2009 11:16 AM
john from office

Censored again

Nov. 13 2009 11:06 AM
john from office

Wow, Brian. Articulate young people. Who were told that proper language skills are needed for business. Something you don't do with your Radio Rookies crew, in your search for "authentic" young minority youth. You do them a disservice by not helping them to express themselves properly.

Nov. 13 2009 10:52 AM
Hugh Sansom from Brooklyn NY

So the reason to study math, economics is "to put a business plan together".

Anyone concerned that the US has embraced the dogma that the only reason to do anything is for purposes of business?

Study math, physics, economics - if and only if it's good for business. Poetry, painting, music -- not good for business -- dump 'em.

If you're looking for a cultural reason behind the financial disaster and the revolting obscenity of Lloyd Blankfein, etc., look to these people who think that things are only worth doing if they are good for business and mammon.

Nov. 13 2009 10:51 AM

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