A few students have brought to my attention the fact that the word groups has a specific connotation in school, and that this connotation isn't exactly positive. That is exactly NOT what we want. Forget what you think you know about "working in a group." This isn't one of those assignments where everyone stares at each other waiting for the one kid who gets frustrated to get everyone else the A. There is no grading rubric, designated outcome, or role description for our CWGs. Meeting and working with people who are trying to accomplish similar goals is a core entrepreneurial skill. You will be using the experience to think about strategic planning and execution (no, not that kind, Noe). If you haven't figured out what you want to do over the next few months, here are a few groups that are already working on projects. If this is news to you, you're behind. You can create your own CWG simply by telling me that you're creating your own CWG. If you need help brainstorming, ask. An individual can also participate in multiple CWGs (for example, an artist might collaborate with CWGs working on blogs, sites, or international microfinance brochures). Please comment to this post or email any questions, ideas, or suggestions.