Veterans Entrepreneurship Training II (VET-II)

The NYU Veterans Future Lab’s no-cost, skills-focused virtual program reinforces business fundamentals and introduces intermediate frameworks essential to the launch of ventures by US service members, veterans, and military spouses

ELIGIBILITY

US military service members, veterans, and military spouses anywhere in the world. Program applicants should be graduates of the VET-I program or have an understanding of core entrepreneurship concepts

PROGRAM LENGTH

12 weeks, May 25-August 10, 2022. Applications close May 4, 11:59pm ET. For more information, please email vfl@nyu.edu

About

NYU Veterans Future Lab’s VET-II is a 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:

  • A deeper understanding of business models using best practices and tools.
  • Knowledge of the required functions of a venture and how to incorporate them into one’s own new business.
  • Intermediate, working understanding of financial reporting and business analytics.
  • The ability to articulate a business model in an investment pitch.

Curriculum

VET-II consists of virtual classes held weekly from 6–8 PM ET on Wednesdays, May 25 through August 10, 2022. The course is split into 3 parts:

  • Week 1: Program overview and policies.
  • Weeks 2–7: Class lectures and discussions covering, but not limited to, customer discovery, market definition and sizing, financial reporting, determining revenue, and tactical business steps and best practices.
  • Weeks 8-12: Building collateral and effectively communicating the value proposition of a business venture.

Costs

All course fees for admitted students will be subsidized.

Certificate requirements

NYU Tandon Future Labs awards a certificate of completion to students who attend all classes and complete all coursework.

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Our Team

Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson

Managing Director, Future Labs

Alexa Modero

Alexa Modero

Director

Gabriela Bell

Gabriela Bell

Instructor

Kathleen Stryhal

Kathleen Stryhal

Community Manager

Diah Mehera

Diah Mehera

Director of Marketing

Michael Frank

Michael Frank

Program Coordinator

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