US military service members, veterans, and military spouses anywhere in the world. Applicants to the program should be graduates of the VET-I program or have an understanding of core entrepreneurship concepts
10-12 weeks. Applications are currently closed. For more information, please email email@example.com
NYU Veterans Future Lab’s VET-II is a 10-to-12-session virtual, skills-focused educational program working to deepen early-stage entrepreneurs’ understanding of core business concepts and introduce intermediate-level frameworks and processes. Graduates of the program will be able to integrate its teachings directly into their own business ventures and gain access to the vibrant ecosystem of founders at NYU and, more broadly, New York City.
VET-II picks up where VFL’s introductory entrepreneurship program, VET-I, leaves off. The objective of VET-II is to equip graduates with learnings required to launch their own venture. By the end of the program, participants should walk away with:
VET-II consists of virtual classes held weekly from 6–8 PM ET on Wednesdays. The course is split into 3 parts:
VET-II is taught by Alexa Modero, military spouse and Executive Director and Co-Founder of Backpacks For Life, a nonprofit that serves the homeless and at-risk veteran community. In addition, subject matter experts and trailblazing founders as guest speakers join the weekly classes to share invaluable information and insights.
All course fees for admitted students will be subsidized.
NYU Tandon Future Labs awards a certificate of completion to students who attend all classes and complete all coursework.
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