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Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO Will Get His Harvard Degree After 12 Years


The social network giant Facebook CEO and Co-Founder Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most cited cases by people who say that it is not necessary to have a glittering university degree from a prestigious school in order to succeed in life. But, now finally he will get his Havard degree after 12 years.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Will Get His Harvard Degree After 12 Years
Facebook CEO and Co-Founder Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most cited cases by people who say that it is not necessary to have a glittering university degree from a prestigious school in order to succeed in life. This is because 12 years ago the young entrepreneur abandoned his preparation at Harvard to found the social network Facebook. However, after becoming one of the youngest billionaires in the world, Zuckerberg will finally be named.
Yes, finally the CEO and co-founder of the world’s most powerful social network will deliver the 2017 class graduation speech and take the opportunity to receive an honorary degree.
“Mark Zuckerberg’s leadership has profoundly altered the nature of social interactions in the world. Few modern inventions can rival the impact of Facebook on the interaction we have with others across the globe.” This is what the university’s website said.
Tips From Another Famous Dropout
Yes, Mark Zuckerberg is not the only giant in Silicon Valley who opted for entrepreneurship rather than college preparation. Apple’s legendary Steve Jobs and Microsoft’s Bill Gates also followed suit. Precisely the latter also left Harvard to open his company with Paul Allen.
The social media giant Facebook’s CEO turned to the one of the richest person in the world for advice on how to deliver the speech. While Bill Gates was the keynote speaker 10 years ago.
In a video posted on Facebook, Gates encourages Zuckerberg to tell him that he will not have to go to school to graduate. Here is the video of two famous and rich dropouts:-
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