Buzzwords “innovation” and “entrepreneurship” are heard all over the Bay Area but student David Chang, an Entrepreneurship and Innovation major, has admitted that he has no idea what the industry jargon really means.
“When I arrived in San Francisco I kept hearing other ambitious young people refer to themselves as innovators and entrepreneurs, so I followed suit. It’s been 3 years and I am still not sure what that entails but apparently it looks good on your resume,” said Chang.
Chang switched majors during his junior year, from Business Management to Entrepreneurship and Innovation. “I haven’t seen a change academically, but I’ve been getting more job offers in the Bay Area. I highly recommend it,” he said.
However, Chang said he was very confused about what he’s studying and what job he will be performing after he graduates.
When asked what the most challenging part of the Entrepreneurship and Innovation major was, Chang answered, “the vocabulary.”
“How do you integrate platforms? What is a C-suite and why does everybody want to be in it? Are Angel investors God’s bankers?”
DISCLAIMER: This piece was printed as part of The Foghorn’s April Fool’s Day issue on April 1st, 2014. This article is intended to be satirical.