Cognitive aspects—the intuitive, rebellious ways in which entrepreneurs tackle situations; attitudes—the intent to become or grow as an entrepreneur; emotional attributes—self-efficacy, self-confidence, and personal maturity; motivation—why learners join EE programs; social support—team building and engaging partners; and behavioral aspects—developing and improving capabilities, are the basic conditions for student entrepreneurs to absorb EE deliverables. Chapter 5 probes these aspects in EE through a process-driven perspective, including length of the program, number of activities, program affiliations, quality of the program, innovativeness, etc.; and an outcome perspective, for example, changes in the learner’s skills and knowledge, perceived development and growth, social engagement, and satisfaction with the EE program. The case of Y Combinator, a pioneering and leading accelerator in the US, is described through the eyes of a successful alumnus, showing the harmony between his personal experience as a tenant and Y Combinator’s delivered value.