Student Scholarships made possible by McNair Institute

For the second year in a row student scholarships to Open Source 101 are being made available by the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise.  

Located within the University of South Carolina, the McNair Institute promotes scholarly activity and educates students about the role of free enterprise and entrepreneurship in enhancing economic growth as well as encourages students to contribute and participate through entrepreneurism in creating a better America.

Just a few of the colleges and universities that will be represented because of the gracious support of Dirk Brown and his team include:

  1. University of South Carolina
  2. Midlands Technical College System
  3. ECPI
  4. Benedict College
  5. Allen University
  6. Clemson University
  7. Eastern Carolina University
  8. Multiple coding schools and programs

The team at Open Source 101 could not be more grateful for the McNair Institute’s ongoing support and partnership.  

About the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise

The purpose of the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise is to promote scholarly activity and educate students about the role of free enterprise and entrepreneurship in enhancing economic growth as well as to encourage students to contribute and participate through entrepreneurism in creating a better America.

The Institute is funded through the generosity of the Robert and Janice McNair Foundation which also funds centers at multiple other universities across the nation supporting entrepreneurship and free enterprise education. Under the guiding vision of Robert and Janice McNair, the foundation is committed to developing a new generation of entrepreneurial leaders who have both the technical skills and the philosophical understanding of how free enterprise system forms the basis of economic opportunity and prosperity for individuals in our country.