Whether a Veteran needs mentoring or guidance, an entrepreneurial course, education or training, Veteranscorp has been able to identify resources which will help your business goals become a reality. Below are some of the many organizations which provide specialized Veterans training and education programs.
The VET to CEO core program is an eight-week program called Entrepreneuship for Transitioning Warriors. Transitioning members of the military and veterans join a group of their peers who are designing their businesses and completing their business plan. Since designing a business and developing a business plan is often times a non-linear process, VET to CEO offer the option to complete the course in the same way. Veterans can join the program at any time through a simple registration process in a rolling enrollment model. Proof of military service is required as part of the registration process which takes minutes to complete.In partnership with Veterans Business Services, VET to CEO will offer the program regionally to groups of veterans in a seminar or classroom format.
By application only via Syracuse University for entrepreneurial services at one of eight major universities. The program offers a full spectrum of assistance for service disabled veterans and their families at no cost to participants.
Offered by the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business, this entrepreneurial training program is aimed at empowering veterans, equipping them with the resources they need to turn their business ideas into workable business models, helping them create their own companies, and making their ventures sustainable. The program is by application but at no cost to participants.