My profile includes my only non-entrepreneurial job, at Kinkos, where I list myself as having been "copy slinging":
"In my formative years at Kinko's, I learned a great deal about both customer service and what happens when you use the electric paper cutter on six ballpoint pens at the same time."
...and under 'education':
"I learned two things in college: First, that sons of entrepreneurs who have never done well in school do not magically do well in college, and second, that 17-year-olds are ill equipped to judge the cost/benefit ratio of student loans taken in order to hurriedly attend lousy state universities.
I did not get a degree, preferring to take the time-honored entrepreneurial path: drop out and start my own business. This has the side benefit of humorous irony should I become extremely successful and be asked to give a commencement address.
Activities and Societies: Arrogant alternative student newspaper."
I think it's fairly safe to say that Fortune 500 headhunters will be passing me over. Which, honestly, is just as well for all of us.