字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Andrew Yang: Venture for America is a nonprofit that recruits and trains top college graduates from around the U.S. who want to learn how to build a business. So they work in an early-stage company with an existing entrepreneur in Detroit, New Orleans, Baltimore, Cleveland, other U.S. cities that could use a boost. They work there for two years to help that business expand and grow and also train themselves as entrepreneurs. The goal is that they'll become a manager or leader at that company or they'll start their own company after the two-year fellowship. What we see is that when they work in these early-stage companies and startups, they really become a different sort of person -- the kind of person that understand how to build a business and then understands those challenges and what it takes to take on the same challenge if they start a company. 2012 fellow, Brian Rudolph , moved to Detroit, works at an e-commerce company there funded by Dan Gilbert , and then while he's there, you know, there aren't great food supplies there and he's gluten-free, so he makes himself a pasta out of chickpeas in his kitchen in Detroit and it's pretty terrible, but he keeps going and does it over and over again and fast forward to today -- his business, Banza, which is a chickpea gluten-free pasta company, has raised a million dollars and employees 15 people. And the pasta's delicious. It's being distributed in hundreds of stores around the country. And that's someone who graduated from college less than three years ago now? So that's what our young people are capable of if you put them in a position to have mentors and support and role models. Well, certainly, it's part of the history of this country where the people that came to the U.S. were doing something very entrepreneurial. Often, they had to build new lives for themselves -- new homes, new businesses. They would migrate West to unspoiled territory and then explore it and settle. I think that that's what really people want to preserve and sustain, which is that spirit of enterprise that's made this country great for its entire history.