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March 2016
Message from Interim Dean Nancy McIntyre

Interim Dean, Nancy McIntyre

We’re excited about new opportunities here at B&E, so it makes perfect sense that we are happy to announce our Veterans Entrepreneurship Essentials program! The online program will be held during the WVU summer sessions from May 13 through August 6, and will include two, on-campus residencies. This is a great opportunity for veterans to add to their education, appeal to their entrepreneurial interests, and potentially open the door to work at a business or even open one of their own. And those in the program will develop their own business plan and present it at the final residency. We’re eager to welcome currently serving or discharged service men and women to the program, which we think represents something really special. It’s an honor to provide this opportunity for those who have so proudly served our country, and to give them a chance to be members of the business community of tomorrow. Every student. Every day.

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Veteran's Entrepreneurship Essentials

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