STRIVE’s next cohort is being recruited by ETSU

East Tennessee State University (ETSU) has been accepting applications for the next cohort of the STRIVE (Start-up Training Resource to Inspire Veteran Entrepreneurship) program.

ETSU is the second institution in the country selected to host a STRIVE program through a partnership with Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF). The IVMF program has trained more than 70,000 veteran entrepreneurs by leveraging the skills, resources, and infrastructure of higher education institutions.

The eight-week course consists of evening meetings with online coursework in between classes. It is open to veterans and members of the Reserves and National Guard. If accepted, participants pay nothing.

Applicants were encouraged to apply by December 31, but has not published since receiving the announcement. It might be too late, but it could also be worth a try at this link.

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