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The Entrepreneurial Fellows Center is a program of the Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh. The mission of the Institute, founded in 1993, is to be the innovative leader of economic renewal and growth serving enterprising people and businesses in the region.
The Entrepreneurial Fellows Center, started in 1999, is designed to provide the founders and presidents of high growth companies with the knowledge and skills needed to meet the business challenges faced on a daily basis. The program assists entrepreneurs manage rapid growth, develop strategic plans for sustained success, network with successful entrepreneurial peers, propel their businesses to the next level and match business founders and leaders with established entrepreneurial mentors. The curriculum was developed by Institute founder and executive director Ann Dugan, also assistant dean in the Katz Graduate School of Business.
Participants in the yearlong program are designated as Fellows. They utilize custom designed programs and materials, mentoring, and opportunities for peer learning and sharing. Each class is limited to 30-35 Fellows and more than 350 individuals have graduated from the program since its inception.
A certificate is awarded by the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz School Graduate of Business to all Fellows successfully completing the program.
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