Builders, creators, and aspiring entrepreneurs -
Venture for America, an innovative new fellowship program, will be hosting an information session at Columbia on Monday, September 24 at 5 pm in The Center for Career Education. Venture for America is a 2-year fellowship that recruits the best and brightest college seniors and recent grads to work for two years at emerging startups in lower-cost cities (ie. Las Vegas, New Orleans, Cincinnati, Detroit, and Cincinnati).
This is an opportunity for students who want to learn how to build companies. Anyone interested in launching a career as an entrepreneur or learning more about the program is welcome to attend the info session on the 24th. Venture for America Founder and Columbia Law graduate Andrew Yang will be paying a personal visit to share the story behind Venture for America. VFA staff will also be at the Career Fair on September 21st.
Target Audience: Business Majors, Aspiring Entrepreneurs, Engineers
Suggested Attire: Business Casual