- The Foundation is amongst the thirty largest foundations in the United States devoted to entrepreneurship. The vision is to foster "a society of economically independent individuals who are engaged citizens, contributing to the improvement of their communities."
- Offers access to videos and podcasts, featuring entrepreneurship and innovative thought leaders.
- Focuses learning on entrepreneurship from primary through to university. "The key is to develop competence of entrepreneurship from an early age."
• BBC News
- In an article titled "Can you teach entrepreneurship" written by analyst Mike Baker, the question, "Is business enterprise in your genes or can it be taught in the classroom?" is discussed.
- Founder of Wikimedia Foundation, which operates Wikipedia.org and as the co-founder of Wikia.com, Jimmy Wales talks about FAILURE - an inspirational talk for young entrepreneurs.
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This area contains links and documents relevant to the history or to the mission of the Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF) and/or CADSTI.
These are presentations given by CADSTI leaders or hosted by CADSTI on relevant topics.
- Science, Technology and Business Education Reform for the Caribbean by Prof Cardinal Warde, November 2011
- Stimulating Economic Development in the Caribbean: Caribbean Science Foundation by Prof Cardinal Warde, March 2010
- Capacity Building for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Trinidad/Tobago by Prof Harold Raveche, March 2010
- Transforming the Caribbean S&T Landscape to Assist with Economic Development by Prof Harold Ramkissoon, June 2009
- Stimulating Economic Development in the Caribbean by Prof Cardinal Warde, May 2009
- Challenges Facing the University in a Knowledge Economy by Prof Harold Ramkissoon, November 2008
- Opportunities for Economic Development in the Caribbean by Prof Cardinal Warde, September 1998