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Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP)

An eight day training program offered through Oklahoma State University which is preceded by a five-week self-study component and are followed by a ten-month period of mentorship and online peer to peer networking. VEP provides rigorous entrepreneurial learning and development opportunities for service disabled veterans and those who distinguished themselves in military service. It is designed for those who are interested in starting a venture as a means to financial independence or have an existing business that they would like to grow profitably.

Eligibility: Veteran
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Last Date Modified: 10/03/2014