Having the experience of their lifetime
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Paul said she attempted start-ups of her own over the past few years and decided to join the program, which was based at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, to nurture her love of creativity and engineering. “I’ve always embraced the entrepreneurial spirit,” she said.
Working in a group environment to come up with a business idea showed Lieberman what it means to be an entrepreneur. “I learned a lot about hard work, motivation and creativity required to create a successful start-up,” he said.
In the future, Paul would like to pursue a goal of hers since she was 11. “I plan to become an engineer and hope to attend a college that has a start-up culture in which I believe I’ll be able to thrive,” she said.
The pair agrees that students who have an interest in invention or business should sign up for the program next summer. “This program is a must,” Paul said. “You will not find any other program as inspiring and well thought-out out as this one. You will have the experience of a lifetime!”