The kickoff for the new entrepreneurial “cohort” group, which is expected to consist primarily of military veterans, will be April 7-8 at the Millican Reserve in College Station.
Program registration is $125 per participant, which includes all event activities, a farm tour and workshop materials. Spouses are encouraged to join for $75 per person. Participants are responsible for their own lodging.
Those interested in applying should attend an applicant webinar that will provide more details on the program its goals, how to apply and tips for successful applications, said Erin Kimbrough, family and community health program coordinator, College Station.
The applicant webinar will be at 11 a.m. Feb. 6. Information on how to register for the webinar can be found at the bottom of the application website home page.
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