Jack Dorsey, the Co-Founder and Chairman of Twitter, gave advice to some young students in Oakland Tuesday.
A group of young Oakland entrepreneurs got the opportunity to ask one of Silicon Valley's rising stars questions Tuesday.
Oakland-based non-profit Build, whose mission is to use entrepreneurship to empower low-income high school students to college success, hosted Twitter and Square co-founder Jack Dorsey in a web chat.
Dorsey spoke to the students in Oakland from Square's San Francisco office using video chat and a live web broadcast on Build's website.
The students asked for advice about starting their own business and becoming entrepreneurs.