Learning opportunities = Business opportunities

Start Up Intensive is coming back to Jackson Hole this fall for its 9th session. The condensed MBA program provides participants with entrepreneurial skills, tools, and frameworks that winning companies utilize to launch successful business ideas.

The program provides a unique experience for anyone starting a new business venture or building on an existing business to create a foundation for lasting success. With a wealth of business and teaching experience from Harvard to Tufts, Sandy Schultz Hessler-who teaches the program-offers the knowledge she’s gained through being a successful entrepreneur and marketing professional.

This fall the course will run from October 3 through December 7 with 12-14 participants dedicating 3 full days per week to class time as well as working through their ideas after class hours. At the end of the course, particpants will present their ideas to a panel of advisors and will have 10 follow up hours to consult with the panel once the class has concluded.

As enrollment is limited applications are welcome and encouraged from any location. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify. For more details and to apply click here. Applications are due August 1st and will be considered on a rolling basis if the class does not fill at that time.

The Start Up Intensive has been extremely successful in past years, graduating over 100 students in the past 4 years. Including Kathleen Connor Neiley (pictured above) who graduated from the program and is now running a very successful business. In fact she recently won the right to represent the state of Wyoming in the InnovateHer competition!


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Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a two-year college serving Fremont, Hot Springs and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson and Dubois, each designed

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