New Entrepreneurship Program Offered Through Villanova/Magee Partnership

The Villanova University Office of Disability Services and the Villanova College of Professional Studies, in partnership with Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, will offer a new entrepreneurship program specifically for people living with disabilities. All current and former Magee patients are eligible for this program.

VU Seed is a one-week intensive training program that will take place in March 2017 on the campus of Villanova University. The program will cover:

–Introduction to business ownership
–Aptitude and attitude evaluation for potential entrepreneurs
–New concept creation
–Basic training in starting a new business
–One-on-one mentorship by business professionals
–Business plan development
–Financing a start-up business

The program will be offered in a 5-day seminar atmosphere at the Villanova Conference Center in March 2017. The program is free, and we are seeking students who have the drive and interest to one day start their own business.

For more information, contact Dr. Steve McWilliams at 610-519-4095 or

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