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Boise State’s Venture College launches new entrepreneurship program

Boise State University’s Venture College will offer a new four-week program for entrepreneurs.

Idaho I-Corps Ignite is an all-discipline program for post-doctoral, graduate students, and faculty at higher education institutions who are interested in entrepreneurship. Program applications are due by May 19, 2021. The Venture College will offer participants a stipend. 

The program will launch on June 13 and run through July 9. It will take place on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings and participants will work on average, 15 hours per week.

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Idaho I-Corps looks to make participant’s entrepreneurial goals attainable.

“This program will deliver training, provide a network, facilitate connections to service and capital providers, and establish a scalable structure for participants seeking to go to market with their ideas,” An email sent out from the Venture College said.

Participants will work alongside the Venture College and several mentors to develop their ideas and project. People in the program will create a 4-minute presentation with a slide deck, make a testable product, and have functional next steps for the project.

If you want to apply to join the Idaho I-Corps Ignite program click here. The Venture College program was made possible through a partnership with Idaho State University, University of Idaho, and CAES.

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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