YPSILANTI, Mich. – Community members with big ideas about small businesses can now apply to be a part of the third cohort for the Executive Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Venture Challenge program.
The eight-week hybrid program teaches entrepreneurs business skills, and offers professional coaching, networking and mentoring opportunities.
Participants meet for in-person half-day sessions on Saturdays starting on Feb. 4 at Eastern Michigan University. Session modules include business formation, legal issues, pitch coaching, fundraising and customer acquisition.
Cohort members will pitch their business ideas to pre-seed investors for a chance to win $25,000 in business expense funds at the end of the challenge program.
Applications will be accepted through Thursday, Jan. 12. Up to 20 applicants will be chosen for the program.
Scholarships up to $1,500, the cost of the program, are available for attendees needing assistance. Enrollment costs $500, which will be refunded to participants upon completion of the program according to its website.
The Executive Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Venture Challenge program start in early 2022 and has already hosted two cohorts and awarded more than $50,000 to pitch competition winners.
Questions can be sent through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Learn more about the certificate program here.
Copyright 2022 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit – All rights reserved.
HBO's hit show "Succession" airs its series finale Sunday night, with Waystar Royco's future in the
UKRAINE - 2021/06/24: In this photo illustration a Windows 11 logo is seen on a smartphone screen ... [+] with a Microsoft website in the background. Microsoft
The Gazette’s Business Notes is a compendium of the week’s promotions, new hires, certifications, added bu
A pair of retired U.S. Navy SEALs-turned-businessmen are on a mission to bring back American exceptionalism before it becomes a society of mediocrity while hono