Entrepreneurship Fellows Program
The Entrepreneurship Fellows Program (EFP) is designed with the entrepreneurial student in mind.
Through a blend of coursework and co-curricular activities, the EFP helps students to:
- Understand their personal entrepreneurial aptitude
- Learn lessons from entrepreneurial mentors and faculty
- Bond with their entrepreneurial peers and experienced mentors
- Pursue an entrepreneurial career in new or existing organizations
Undergraduate students at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business can earn the Entrepreneurship Fellowship by doing the following:
- Complete the course Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 cr.)
- Complete the course Launching the Venture (3 cr.)
- Complete the Entrepreneurial Practicum, which consists of at least 120 hours of supervised practical work (3 cr.)
- Compete in the Hoya Challenge business pitch competition
*In addition, business students are required to complete ACCT 101, while non-business students are required to complete ACCT 001.
Note: There is some flexibility in scheduling these courses to allow students who spend a semester abroad to complete the fellowship.
Applications for the Entrepreneurship Fellows Program Class of 2016 are due by 5:00 p.m. on October 25, 2013. Students interested in applying can find the form here. If you have questions about the application or the program in general, please contact Rebecca Cassidy or Alyssa Lovegrove, program co-directors.
The Entrepreneurship Fellowship will be designated on a student’s transcript, pending approval from the appropriate university officials. Fellows receive a certificate of completion at an EFP graduation ceremony. To find out more about the program, download the brochure.