Right after graduating from high school, she founded her first company. She’d go on to drop out of college (twice), join the Thiel Fellowship (without applying), and start a company focused on her fascination with the future of work.
Everyone accepts that spending four years and a lot of money going to college is an investment in yourself. But what if you spent half that time and half that money trying to start a business?
Stacey Ferreira’s story shows investing in yourself is much, much better.
This week on Career Crashers, Stacey joins the show to talk about her experience of launching a company at eighteen that raised $1.2M in funding, learning from real-world experience over the classroom, and so much more.
Connect with Stacey at: twitter.com/staceyferreira
Learn more about Forge at: joinforge.com
A show all about creating a career outside the boring, debt-laden, conveyor belt humdrum.