Fayetteville State University Launches the Veteran Entrepreneur Partnership

Historically Black Fayetteville State University in North Carolina, in collaboration with the Brian Hamilton Foundation, has launched the Veteran Entrepreneur Partnership.

The new partnership will provide advanced teaching, mentoring, and support to assist transitioning veterans, military spouses, and the student entrepreneur community. The program aims to provide the essential skills and knowledge needed to improve the business startup success rate. Additionally, the program will bring entrepreneur Brian Hamilton to the university as Entrepreneur-in-Residence and the Distinguished Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship.

“Fayetteville State University is always looking for new and innovative ways to support and assist our veteran population,” stated Dr. James Anderson, chancellor of Fayetteville State University. “We are pleased to partner with the Brian Hamilton Foundation to provide resources for veterans, military spouses and students as they seek to become entrepreneurs.”

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