FREE Veterans Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Florida

Veterans Entrepreneurship Program
The Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) program is offering a learning and development opportunity to disabled veterans, particularly those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Our program helps these men and women attain the dream of becoming entrepreneurs. The Veterans with Disability Entrepreneurship Program, or VEP for short, is now accepting applications. The deadline for applications is (March 2, 2015).

VEP offers cutting edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship from world class faculty and an amazing cadre of successful entrepreneurs. The program is rigorous and engaging.

We are inviting all disabled veterans, but especially those soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines disabled or distinguished during their service as part of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.

*Date: May 9 – 16, 2015
*Where: University of Florida Campus in Gainesville for (eight days)
*Address:  2008 Northeast Waldo Road, Gainesville, FL 32609

The VEP program is offered entirely free to those veterans who are accepted. We cover the cost of travel to Gainesville, accommodations, the online and live courses, instructors, books, materials, all meals, and outings during the program.

For more information: call Michael H. Morris, Ph.D. at 352-273-0330,  e-mail [email protected] or visit  the website at  www.warrington.ufl.edu/VEP or click the brochure below.

University of Florida's Veterans Entrepreneurship Program Brochure

University of Florida’s Veterans Entrepreneurship Program Brochure. Click image above to view full brochure (PDF)

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