Future Founders, a non-profit organization that believes every youth can become an entrepreneur, today shared its 3rd Annual Fellowship Impact Report. This report details the tremendous economic impact achieved by its Fellowship cohorts of millennial entrepreneurs in 2016, 2017 and 2018:
2018 was a banner year for our Fellows:
The Fellowship, now in its fifth year, is a prestigious year-long cohort that accelerates the development of the top 18 to 30-year-old entrepreneurs in the nation. The goal of the program is to develop both the founders and their businesses, giving them the greatest foundation for future success. Fellows benefit from mentoring, entrepreneurship retreats, a peer community, and volunteer opportunities through Future Founders programs. See all current and alumni Fellowship companies here.
The Fellowship is generously supported by Motorola Solutions Foundation (organizational founding sponsor), Capital One, The Coleman Foundation, The John E. & Jeanne T. Hughes Foundation, Keywell Foundation, EY, and Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund.
Of the 53 entrepreneurs who graduated from the first four Fellowship cohorts:
2018 included a number of successes for Fellowship companies:
“Year after year, our Fellows continue to grow as founders and gain significant traction with their businesses,” said Scott Issen, President & CEO, Future Founders. “This data illustrates how our model of mentorship from seasoned entrepreneurs, a strong peer community, and leadership development is resulting in sustainable companies that are creating jobs.”
For more information or to nominate yourself or a collegiate entrepreneur for the Fellowship, visit here or contact Katie Sowa, COO, at email@example.com.
To sponsor the Fellowship, contact Scott Issen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: This data was compiled from a February 2019 study of Future Founders Fellowship companies.
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