Black Girl Ventures Offers HBCU Student Entrepreneurs The Chance To Bring Their Ideas To Life

Twenty-five young women will get the opportunity of a lifetime through the BGV NextGen Program.


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Black Girl Ventures, a foundation that fights to support Black and Brown businesswomen, is partnering with the NBA to help usher in a new era of young entrepreneurs. Specifically, Black Girl Ventures is launching its BGV NextGen Program to provide meaningful support to entrepreneurial-minded HBCU students.


The BGV NextGen Program is an initiative that aims to help young women bring their entrepreneurial visions to life by providing business mentorship, networking opportunities, and a $5,000 stipend. The program is open to Black and Brown women, ages 18 to 24, and currently enrolled as full-time student at one of America's many illustrious HBCUs. READ MORE

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