Personally, though I'm not a Marshall student, I think having a program that explores the different components involved in starting a LLC would be extremely interesting. Especially with the recent uprising of startups by the young generation, a program that covers a wholesome guide that will nurture aspiring entrepreneurs. Santa Monica is known for being the Los Angeles hub for startups in Southern California; there must be leaders there who would be willing to partner up with USC Marshall and take integrative roles in this new program. The program will cover a wide range of topics including how to pitch to venture capitalists who will invest in the idea to the legal aspect of establishing a Limited Liability Company. This is a truly unique experience because it provides students with all the information and tools that they need to put their creative ideas into action. Only offered in the spring, students can take a spring break trip up to Northern California where many of the startups originated. The idea is to have educational partnerships with organizations that boomed while in the startups stage as well as current startups.