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Start-Up Business Help for Veterans

Start-Up Business Help for Veterans

PHOTO: Bill Trombley (center) of FVTC’s Veterans Resource Center joins Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Daniel Zimmerman and Governor Scott Walker to celebrate the new initiative for veterans.

A new grant makes it possible for area military veterans to receive training and mentorship to start their own business.

The ENVoy program is designed to assist veterans in Fox Valley Technical College’s district launch their own small business endeavor through the college’s Venture Center. The initiative is made possible through a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs in partnership with the Venture Center and FVTC’s Veterans Resource Center.

Two free informational sessions are scheduled for April 5 and April 19 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at FVTC’s D.J. Bordini Center at 5 Systems Drive in Appleton. Registration is required to attend either of these session by visiting.

The two informational sessions provide an opportunity for interested veterans to explore the official ENVoy training that begins on May 24.  

See below for more information on ENVoy.

ENVoy Information Session Flyer (PDF)

ENVoy e-Seed Session Flyer (PDF)

ENVoy Application (PDF)

Venture Center 

Veterans Resource Center

Interested in becoming a mentor for veterans in this program? Learn more HERE >>>