The growing number of entrepreneurs at UNC now have the ability to further explore opportunities through the Adams Apprenticeship Program, a selective program that is the first of its kind.
“This is a mentor program on steroids,” said Ted Zoller, director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and associate professor of strategy and entrepreneurship. “No one else is doing this.”
The Adams Apprenticeship Program was created to help undergraduate students in their junior year and first-year graduate students by creating an individualized entrepreneurship program for them...
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