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Adams Fellowship accepting applications for new class of entrepreneurs

The Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship Program is taking applications for this year's cohort of fellows.

The year-long program, which is run out of Automation Alley, places up-and-coming businesspeople (think recent college grads) with equally promising local start-ups. The aspiring entrepreneurs, four in each class, also receive a $60,000 annual stipend to support themselves while they help grow the startups they are working for.

"We have had some real superstars coming through here," says Terry Cross, executive director of the Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship Program. "I have three right now that are knocking the cover off the ball."

Adams Fellows will become engrained in the local entrepreneurial ecosystem through participating in business development/leadership events and many programs already in existence in Southeast Michigan. Applicants can be Metro Detroit residents or people looking to move back to the region and start a business or work with a startup.

"We have a list of potential companies that are candidates for our fellows," Cross says.

Applications for the program are now being accepted. For information click here.

Source: Terry Cross, executive director of the Adams Entrepreneur Fellowship Program
Writer: Jon Zemke
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