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BUILD Hartford Info Session

Tuesday, August 23, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm

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What is BUILD Hartford?

Are you looking for more economic, innovative, and entrepreneurial opportunities? BUILD Hartford provides students the opportunity to dive into the entrepreneurial ecosystem. In the first half of the program, students will receive exposure to communication strategies, data analysis, different segments of business, pitching and more. Students will also be encouraged to explore Hartford and make connections with local entrepreneurs.

Students will have an opportunity to apply for a fellowship for the Spring semester. This unique opportunity will allow students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real world applications. They will be given the opportunity to work closely with local entrepreneurs and the CCEI faculty with the goal of interconnecting a network of entrepreneurs in Hartford. Upon completion of the program, students will emerge with a vastly expanded network, fine-tuned leadership skills, and will be better poised to enter the workforce after college.

When is it?

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:45pm in downtown Hartford at the Graduate Business Learning Center.

For more information, an info session will be held August 23rd from 1-2pm via zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/5209003134?pwd=REowdDFEV1V2UmlpQjhwWTlkTUU4dz09

Applications for the Fall 2022 semester are now open, and students will be accepted on a rolling basis. You must be accepted into the program in order to enroll. Applications will close the week of August 26th. Apply today: https://ccei.uconn.edu/build-hartford/

Contact:

Michaela Hartl at michaela.hartl@uconn.edu / (860) 728-2101

Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (primary), Academic Center for Exploratory Students, First Year Programs & Learning Communities, Hartford Campus, Honors Program, Management Department, School of Business, School of Business - Stamford Campus, UConn Master Calendar, Urban and Community Studies, Werth Institute

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