Valdry Center Offers Social Entrepreneurship Fellowships to Students


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Valdry Center offers social entrepreneurship fellowships to a cohort of four social entrepreneurs. Over a 24-month period, fellows will live on campus, attend Valdry Center seminars, take courses, and received targeted assistance.

Each Social Entrepreneur Fellow will receive a stipend in addition to having their living expenses, and tuition and fees covered.

Fellows must attend Valdry Center seminars and courses and only two fellows will be selected for the first cohort. To be eligible, applicants must be full-time SUBR students that live on campus, have a 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 grading scale, and completed between 30 and 70 hours of class units. Read the Entire Article


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