3 Entrepreneurship Majors Share How They Became Interested In Their Major

Sunshine and Business Hall.

Today, we speak to three Entrepreneurship majors from the Rohrer College of Business on what sparked their interest in their major.

Jerah Siegal folds his arms.

“During Economics class freshman year, I had an idea for a business which I decided was what I wanted to do with my life. I wanted to be able to solve real-world problems to make others lives better through business.” – Jerah Siegal, senior, Entrepreneurship major, transfer student from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Mount Laurel, NJ (Burlington County)

Tanvi smiles while walking up a set of stairs.

“Ever since I was young, I wanted to start my own company. I always had little projects going on when I was younger, but as I got older I realized working on a business that is my own full time was something I was really passionate about.” – Tanvi Koduru, senior, Entrepreneurship major, Somerset, NJ (Somerset County)

Kevin sits, wears sunglasses while eating a pasta dish.

“I noticed that the people who make the most money in this world are business owners. I want to be successful and make good money like any other person you might talk to. My father is a very successful business owner, and I want to follow in his footsteps.” – Kevin Dorlon, sophomore, Entrepreneurship major with a minor in Spanish, Long Valley, NJ (Morris County)

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Bianca Torres, senior music industry major

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