The Shenandoah University Center for Entrepreneurship will host a free CO.STARTERS© BOOTCAMP to assist entrepreneurs and small business owners with getting down to business and launching their new product, service, and/or offering. Sessions will be offered virtually via Zoom on Tuesday and Thursday evenings (Oct. 31, Nov. 2, Nov. 7, and Nov. 9) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
This four-part entrepreneur training bootcamp is non-credit-bearing, so admission to Shenandoah University is not required.
CO.STARTERS© BOOTCAMP’s action-oriented, community-driven approach is ideal for entrepreneurs ready to kick the tires on their ideas. Participants work collaboratively with peers to strategize, problem-solve and apply business basics to their idea or venture.
The only real prerequisites to joining the program are having an idea; being willing to question, shape and fine-tune that idea; and being willing to talk about the idea with others. The goal is to challenge you, stretch your thinking, and give you concrete tools to bring your business venture to life.”
– Montressa Washington, Ph.D. | Associate Professor of Management and Director of the Institute for Entrepreneurship
Space is limited. Acceptance is on a rolling basis, so apply early! Registration ends on Oct. 25, 2023.
This opportunity is made possible through funding from a U.S. Small Business Administration ComNav grant.
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Event Form
Questions? Contact Montressa L. Washington, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The U.S. Small Business Administration Community Navigator Pilot Program (ComNav) is an American Rescue Plan initiative designed to reduce the barriers that small businesses face in accessing critical support. Navigators work with small business owners and entrepreneurs all across the country, including veterans, women, people with disabilities, and those from rural communities and communities of color.