All Georgetown Sophomores are eligible.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2013
What is the EFP?
The Entrepreneurship Fellows Program is designed specifically for undergraduate students with an interest in exploring entrepreneurship. Through a combination of course work and co-curricular activities, students develop the tools and mindset needed to launch a venture and to succeed in an entrepreneurial environment.
The EFP gives you the opportunity to:
- Earn a Certificate in Entrepreneurship that will be designated on your Georgetown transcript
- Assess your goals and personal aptitude for entrepreneurship
- Receive advice and coaching from alumni and other experienced entrepreneurs
- Collaborate directly with peers who share your interest in entrepreneurship
Additional benefits include:
- Access to potential internship opportunities, including the Startup Hoyas summer incubator
- Preferred registration for entrepreneurship electives
- Recognition/PR through various marketing channels
- Invitations to entrepreneurship events on and off campus
Entrepreneurship Fellows must complete the following requirements:
- STRT 280 – Foundations of Entrepreneurship (Prof. Finnerty)
- STRT 295 - Launching the Venture (Prof. Centenari)
- MGMT 208 – Entrepreneurial Practicum (Prof. Hajduk)
- Participation in the Startup Hoya Challenge Pitch Competition
- Either ACCT 101 (business majors) or ACCT 001 (non-business majors)
Fellows will also meet regularly throughout the program to work on potential venture ideas with mentors, faculty and other advisors.
How do I apply?
Sophomores in any Georgetown University undergraduate program (including programs outside the McDonough School) are eligible to participate. You do NOT need to be majoring in a business discipline. Every sophomore is welcome to apply.
Click here to go to the application.