The UNeTech Institute is pleased to offer the Opportunity Corps, a ten-month entrepreneurship and mentorship program for folks who experience barriers in entrepreneurship. Current Opportunity Corps programs are for both women in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) and for Black and African American entrepreneurs.
Funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Opportunity Corps uses the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps inspired curriculum to teach entrepreneurs about startups while matching them with business ideas from the UNeTech incubator. Fellows form mentorship teams to create a business pitch while learning from a large collection of Omaha folks who share their ideas, successes, life lessons, and resources.
Applications are accepted every October. The program runs February through November.
All Opportunity Corps fellows are compensated upon completion of the program.
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Opportunity Corps 2023 Programs
Women in STEAM 2023
UNeTech Institute is pleased to announce the fellows accepted into the second year of Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM and the first year of Opportunity Corps: Bell-Jewell, our ten-month programs to teach community members about entrepreneurship using both I-Corps...
Applications are now open for the 2023 Opportunity Corps program for women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math and for Black and African American entrepreneurs.The UNeTech Institute and Bio Nebraska are accepting applications for Opportunity Corps:...
UNeTech Institute is proud to announce the graduation of 19 women from Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM, a ten-month education program focused on entrepreneurship and leadership development that matches women academic and industry professionals in Science,...