Entrepreneurship

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Tradecraft
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For many veterans, I would advise rotational programs over traditional graduate school. For a short amount of time, you can shift through an organization and start understanding the different functional areas that exist within an industry.

Tradecraft is a start-up prep course. If you are interested in tech, this option could be better for you than an MBA. Tradecraft is a 12-week tech immersion program. They have tracks that include sales, business, development, and user experience. The reason why I think this can be a better option than an MBA is that since it is only 12 weeks, there is much less of an opportunity cost. The price tag is also much lower than an MBA. Also, if you know you want to go into start-ups, this can be a much more targeted approach.
Bunker Labs
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Bunker Labs is a national not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization built by military veteran entrepreneurs to empower other military veterans as leaders in innovation. Through local chapters organized in 12 different cities, Bunker Labs provides educational programming, mentors, events, and thriving local networks to help military veterans start and grow businesses.

We work to inspire, educate, and connect veterans with the right people and the right resources to be successful as entrepreneurs and as innovators. Additionally our online platform, Bunker in a Box, gives active duty and veterans worldwide access to entrepreneurship education, complete with dozens of interviews with military veterans who have successfully started a diverse array of businesses.
Code Platoon
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Code Platoon is a 501(c)3 non-profit that helps veterans transition into the civilian workforce by providing technical training and career placement. For 16 weeks the students are immersed in learning the full Ruby on Rails stack. After completing the program veterans will be eligible for an internship. Any veteran is eligible to apply for their program and, if accepted, are eligible for up to $10,500 in scholarships to pay for the $13,000 course.
Patriot Boot Camp
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Patriot Boot Camp (PBC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit on a mission to equip active duty military members, Veterans, and their spouses with the education, resources, and community needed to be successful technology entrepreneurs.
Dan Evans
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Transitioned marine, social media expert, and blogger helping vets through stories of successful vets, including through his podcast (Military Entrepreneur Show)
Veteran’s Opportunity Fund
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Multi-stage venture capital fund formed to invest in veteran-owned businesses in need of growth capital
Hivers & Strivers
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An Angel Investment Group focusing on early stage investments to support start-up companies founded and run by graduates of the U.S. Military Academies
Honor Courage Commitment (HCC)
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The HCC Fellows Program is an 8-week intensive course for veterans in entreprneurship and leadership provided in conjunction with SMU Cox School of Business
V-Wise
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Provides online training and in person conferencesfor women veterans to become succesful entrepreneurs
Founders Institute’s 100 Vets Fellowship
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Offers fellowship to veterans looking to found tech or tech-enabled companies
Vet Tech
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Veteran startup accelerator
Boots to Business
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2 day course on entreprneurship sponsored by local SBA