Experiential Learning Info Session TONIGHT, 5 pm (room 408)


Experiential Learning Info Session TONIGHT, 5 pm (room 408)

Tonight, from 5:00 – 6:20 (room 408), we’ll be holding our final Info Session to discuss programs on Entrepreneurship, Business Planning, Venture Capital and case writing.  Application deadline is this coming FRIDAY, 9/15 at 12 noon, please.

Each program separately provides a good opportunity to apply what you’re learning in the classroom: further building your resume through experiential learning opportunities.  More info can additionally be found here:

None of these program is mutually exclusive in that you can enroll, or get involved, in more than one.

G-51 Deadline: 1-page resume and cover letter due to [email protected] by 12 noon on 9/15, please.

VCIC Deadline: 1-page resume and survey on this link, by 12 noon on 9/15, please.

Case Study Writing Deadline: 1-page resume and cover letter due to [email protected] by 12 noon on 9/15, please.



The Venture Capital Investment Competition® began in the middle of the technology bubble in 1998 as an educational event for MBAs to learn about venture funding. Now in its 18th year, through good times and bad in the venture industry, VCIC® has evolved into a marketplace for entrepreneurs seeking investors and a training ground for future venture capitalists. In 2010, VCIC included 50 events in four continents, and served 1,000 students, 150 venture capitalists and 100 entrepreneurs. The program is akin to a network of mini-venture fairs, wherein about a quarter of the entrepreneurs who present go on to raise venture funding.


1) Deal Flow Review
Each Venture Scholar will review business plans, partake in Shark Reviews, and share opinions with G51 Partners. Participate in person or via video conferencing.

2) Interact with Entrepreneurs
Venture Scholars will communicate and work with entrepreneurs, helping to facilitate dialog between the entrepreneurs and G51. When possible, Venture Scholars will attend the entrepreneur’s pitch at G51 headquarters or remotely.

3) Work on G51 Projects
Venture Scholars may have the opportunity to source and work with companies. Venture Scholars may assist with various real world business problems for G51 and/or select startup companies.



About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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