This Fellowship Is For Military Veterans Launching Tech Startups

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Veterans Fellowship, 2-23-15

By Anne Field

There’s a sizable number of veteran-owned businesses in the U.S., but most aren’t tech companies. Now, a startup program, working with a  tech accelerator for vets, is trying to change that situation.

Called the 100Vets Fellowship, it’s a partnership between the Founder Institute, a startup launch program, and Vet-Tech, an accelerator for vets,  and open to all U.S. vets and service members trying to start a tech company.

Candidates can apply to a Founder Institute chapter for free; the best applicants will receive a fellowship to participate in a Founder Institute program, also at no charge. (There are chapters in 135 cities around the world). The usual fee  costs an average of $1,200; the amount varies, depending on the location.

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