WILLIAMSBURG, VA – William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is delighted to announce the launch of the William & Mary Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars program. This program, enabled by the generosity of an anonymous William & Mary
alumna, provides highly qualified military service members and veterans with full scholarships to our intensive entrepreneurship boot camp. This boot camp is hosted by the Raymond A. Mason School of Business’s Center for Military Transition and the Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center, and it is powered by veteran startup incubator the Veteran Startup Challenge (VSC).
Over the course of five weeks, Veteran Entrepreneur Scholars learn the foundational skills of innovation and entrepreneurship. They apply these learnings through a hands-on project, identifying a startup idea, validating the market, and taking the first steps toward launching their own venture.
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