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The program is called TEC (True Entrepreneur Corps), and it is an eight week paid summer internship that places 12 students interested in entrepreneurship with companies in our portfolio here in the Bay area. There is also a weekly curriculum that brings the group together for workshops and meetings with founders, investors and other folks who are part of the entrepreneurial process. It is a fantastic way for students who want to learn more about startups to get deep, hands-on experience at really small, early stage companies doing really interesting things. More info on the program is here: www.trueventures.com/TEC.
We have just begun accepting applications for this summer's session and are looking for ways to get the word out to students who might be interested in applying, especially as we operate on a rolling admission basis.
Shea Di Donna
Howie Rhee, MBA
Managing Director, Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
919-617-1123 Google Voice / Mobile
Learn more about Entrepreneurship at Duke - www.EntrepreneurshipAtDuke.com
and read our Duke Entrepreneurship Manual - www.dukeven.com.