This year’s MTA (Yeshiva University High School for Boys) LEAD cohort recently had the opportunity to meet with Harris Goodman, Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy at Achieve3000, the leader in online differentiated instruction, which serves millions of students worldwide. The group of aspiring entrepreneurs participated in an interactive discussion with Mr. Goodman, where they explored the keys to successful innovation.

Workshops like this are just one of the many unique components included in MTA LEAD, an entrepreneurship program designed to empower talmidim with the ability to build on their entrepreneurial ideas and create meaningful and sustainable business projects, while gaining lasting business and communal leadership skills. Working in teams, talmidim are mentored by industry leaders on how to develop a business plan and have the opportunity to participate in lectures at Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business.