by Akiva Richmond (’19)

MTA LEAD is a program where students get to learn about entrepreneurship, draw up business plans, and ultimately present their ideas to a panel of distinguished judges. This past Monday, the students in MTA LEAD had the opportunity to discuss their business ideas with students from Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business (SSSB) with whom they are paired up, over a pizza lunch. The SSSB students – Joshua Ammar, Kolya Miller, and Josh Wildes – are volunteering their time to help these students think about and prepare their business ideas. They will work with them over the remaining course of the semester to help the students prepare for the final competition; the conclusion of the program is a “Shark Tank” style presentation to the MTA LEAD Executive Council, which is comprised of SSSB Deans and faculty, and other business leaders.


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