Here's how Peter Thiel's college dropout entrepreneurs are doing - Business Insider

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Peter Thiel is [paying selected millennials](http://www.thielfellowship.org/) to skip college and start their businesses. Here is how the program is doing after a few years: _In the first year, about 430 people applied. Last year, it was 3,100 people, and a lot of them were "normal-looking teens" instead of the geeks and prodigies that initially applied. Of the 84 kids who started in the program, only 8 have gone back to college, and some of the entrepreneurs have already sold their companies to big names like Box and Palantir._

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