Project Summary: Some entrepreneurs will identify a problem a community has and then attempt to solve the problem that they, themselves, believe is important. However, the community being served may not view the entrepreneur’s perceived problem to be an issue and may not support a proposed solution. It is critical that the entrepreneur engages people within a community and addresses problems the community identifies as important. Part I (100 points): Each student will take a tour of their community (broadly defined - work, school, church, organization, neighborhood) or another community they would be interested in serving. Each student will identify a community member that can be interviewed to identify perceived problems that need solutions. Once the problems have been identified, students will brainstorm on potential entrepreneurial solutions. The below questions will help you structure their interviews and brainstorming activity.