You have to meet a lot of qualifications to be the CEO of IDEA, Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator. But there’s just one thing you can’t have: A college degree—at least not yet.
In fact, IDEA, which is housed within the Center for Entrepreneurship Education, is entirely student-run. Everyone on the management team is a college student, from new CEO Max Kaye to social media manager Nina Stepanov. And the model is working; new student, faculty, and alumni ventures represent every college at the university.
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Originally appeared in News@Northeastern on July 29, 2013