Mizzou hosts the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans

Mizzou joins national consortium of world-class schools offering entrepreneurship and small business management training to post 9/11 veterans

 The Trulaske College of Business will host its first class of veterans with an interest in entrepreneurship and a business idea to get off the ground. The EBV Program is a one-of-a-kind initiative designed to leverage the skills, resources and infrastructure of higher education to offer cutting-edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 veterans with service related disabilities. The aim of the program is to open the door to economic opportunity to veterans and their families by developing their competencies in creating and sustaining an entrepreneurial venture.

Mizzou’s program is launched with the generous support of the employees of Veterans United Home Loans through the Veterans United Foundation. The EBV is offered through a national consortium of world-class schools, founded at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. More on Mizzou’s program launch.

WHEN: Media are invited to attend sessions during the week of June 6-10 to meet participants and the program director, Greg Bier. If you wish to attend, please respond to this email to arrange a time.


Media Contact: Ashley Burden, Communications Director, 573-884-3471, burdena@missouri.edu

About the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business
The Trulaske College of Business, founded in 1914, today enrolls more than 5,000 students. The college has four academic units – accountancy, finance, management, and marketing. The college offers an undergraduate degree in business administration, a full-time MBA and an execMBA for working professionals, a 150-hour program that confers both undergraduate and master’s degrees in accountancy, and PhD programs in accountancy and business administration. The college takes great pride in its graduates. More than 34,000 alumni are contributing their expertise to the public and private sectors in every state in the U.S. and in a host of foreign countries.


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