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Friday, July 20, 2012

Horwood Marcus & Berk's Brian Axelrad served as a judge and mentor for Roosevelt University's Entrepreneurship Academy, a week-long program designed for incoming high school juniors and seniors with an aptitude in math, science and technology and a strong interest in entrepreneurship. The program was hosted by the Walter E. Heller College of Business at Roosevelt University.

The goal of the academy is to provide entrepreneurship training, innovative green technology awareness and life skills that empower young people and offer them unique opportunities and real-world experiences. Roosevelt University's Entrepreneurship Academy is one of many entrepreneurship programs geared towards high school and university students in which Brian regularly participates as a mentor.

For more information about this program, visit:

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