Early last month, a group of first-year MBA students in the Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship hit the road and headed north to meet with executives from thirteen companies, including Amazon, Cascade Designs, Microsoft, and Valve. Hearing successful entrepreneurs and intrepreneurs discuss their companies and their own career paths was an exciting opportunity. And, for MBA candidate and LCE blogger Niloofar Mirani, it was proof-positive that "there are thousands of ways people can be successful." Students also set up the meetings themselves. This too proved eye-opening. As blogger and MBA candidate Brian Oehler put it, the experience "showed all of us that all it takes is a phone call to start reaching out to companies to develop a network or pursue an internship." Read Niloofar and Brian's blog entries or view a video about the trip.