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Acton School of Business

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The Acton School of Business was founded by the Jeff Sandefer, president of the energy investment firm Sandefer Capital Partners.

Acton's MBAE (MBA or Entrepreneurship) program is taught by "entrepreneur-teachers" offering students a "personal introduction" to employers listed on a 66-strong company list. According to Acton's website, "For each of the firms on our Company List, a partner, executive, or alumnus of the program has pledged to personally shepherd a student through the recruiting process if asked to do so by a professor."[1]

Acton takes its name from Lord Acton, a nineteenth century British historian and philosopher.

The physical address listed on the Acton MBAE website[2] is identical to the address listed for Sandefer Capital Partners on a 2004 media release[3]

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