Currently Seeking our Class of 2019 Entrepreneurs!
How to Apply
The Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy considers applications from working professionals, upper division or graduate students of four year colleges, or students with the equivalent of two years of college.
To assure that you are considered for membership in the academy, you must complete the application form completely. The information you provide on the form will be used as the first screen for membership. If your application indicates that you are a potential fellow, you will be invited to an interview with the academy staff. At the interview you will be interviewed by the administrator and one or more board members. Following the interview, you will be notified of your acceptance to the upcoming class.
Applications are accepted from June through early-December. Interviews will be conducted during the months of September, October, November, and December. Academy classes begin in early-January and conclude in mid-May. Once you’ve completed the application, simply hit the submit button. Your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted within 7 business days. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Let US give YOU the tools to:
Obtain hands-on business education.
Take the first step towards starting your OWN business.
Gain rare access to entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Leverage the SEA community.
Augment your degree.
Accelerate YOUR career.
Pursue your DREAMS.
View entrepreneurship business and leadership from EVERY angle!
The inviting environment and curriculum to catapult YOU into entrepreneurship success!!
The cost for attending the 2019 SEA program is $3,000 per Fellow. We are currently offering scholarships in the amount of $2,500 to Fellows that are not currently sponsored by an individual, an institution or their respective companies. Fellows that meet eligibility are only required to pay $500 for the 5-month long program which includes access to SEA graduates and board members. On a limited basis we will offer terms to those fellows for which $500 may be a burden.