A large field experiment in Uganda is being conducted to understand the impacts of hard skills and soft skills courses on educational and labor market outcomes as well as on student psychological and reproductive health outcomes. This study randomly assigned recent high school graduates to a high quality, three week in-residence “mini MBA” offered in twenty different regional sites across Uganda. Two versions of the SEED (Skills for Effective Entrepreneurship Development) training camp were randomly offered to students: a course that focuses on hard skills training and a course that focuses on soft skills training. Through a series of surveys, games, and tests, this experiment will help to understand the relative and absolute impacts of hard skills and soft skills trainings on entrepreneurship development and overall labor market success for youth. Researchers are currently analyzing preliminary results from this project.