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"“They’ve given us the money for two reasons,” said Eric Eichelberger, BASIS co-CEO and senior engineering major. “One is to produce competitive returns for the university and use that money toward scholarships and programs. The other is to push education, to take kids’ classroom skills and move them into a more real world setting so when they come out of school, they’re a step ahead of everyone else.”
Modeled after financial firms, both SEED and BASIS are headed by two co-CEOs and have departments broken down into sectors that are led by managers with an industry specialty. Below the managers are analysts who conduct the research for future investment buy and sell recommendations.
During their information sessions, both organizations stressed the importance of a 20-hour weekly time commitment."