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Dylan Kirchhofer, an undergraduate student majoring in Mathematics with a minor in entrepreneurship and current member of the Lavin Entrepreneur Program in the 2015-2017 cohort, was named the 2016 Larry and Madeline Petersen Scholarship recipient. The Larry and Madeline Petersen Scholarship provides support to an upper division full-time student, encouraging them to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams and learn how to transform their ideas and inventions into profitable businesses. “It is the right thing to do and the right time to do it,” Mr. Petersen said. “The students should be able to control their own destiny in their professional lives. That is why it is so important for them to start gaining entrepreneurial skills while they are in college.”

Dylan is a deep thinker with innovative ideas. His sales and marketing experience have been primarily internet based with profitable success. Passionate about the protection of the environment, Dylan continues to educate his peers on solution based ideas. He is a proven leader as captain of his basketball team and a team player in all aspects of his life. Also currently a USPA licensed skydiver and skydiving coach at Sky San Diego, Dylan has a passion for living by the motto, “live life to the fullest”. He recognizes entrepreneurship as a pathway to achieving his personal goals and making the world a better place for all. His goal for the future is to become a serial entrepreneur and positively impact the world through my endeavors.