Startup School: Take YCombinator’s Free Online Course for Current & Aspiring Entrepreneurs

If you’re work­ing on a start­up, take note. YCombi­na­tor–a well-known Sil­i­con Val­ley accelerator–has cre­at­ed Start­up School, a free online pro­gram for entre­pre­neurs. The school has a track for cur­rent start­up founders, and anoth­er one for aspiring/eventual founders. In each case, the school strives to offer the best lessons and advice on how to start a start­up, while build­ing “a com­mu­ni­ty of entre­pre­neurs who can encour­age, teach and sup­port one anoth­er.” Start­up School is com­plete­ly free. You just need a device with access to the inter­net. View the cur­ricu­lum here. (Top­ics include every­thing from “How to Get Start Up Ideas” and “How to Pitch a Start­up,” to “How to Find the Right Co-Founder” and “How to Split Equi­ty.”) And sign up here.

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