The infrastructure of entrepreneurship is emerging. Important educational materials, formal coursework and programs in entrepreneurship, trained professional resources, financial support, experienced advisors and consultants are available. With the advent of these resources, entrepreneurship in North America is moving to the next stage of its development. The question often asked is “Can entrepreneurship is taught?” There are many inherent characteristics entrepreneurs possess that cannot be taught. These include vision, tenacity, and a tolerance for risk and ambiguity. However, if an individual has the desire to embark on his or her own, then there are educational skills and tools that can be learned along the way that can help one to be more successful and channel their energies in the right direction.