Before PreFlight I was confused on who my actual customer was. After the first few classes, I realized exactly who my customer was and who the users were. You can have ideas that you think are good but until someone says they will pay for it you don’t have validation to your idea. The resources given to me in PreFlight have allowed me to dig deeper and have quick validation of my idea.
Awarded to founders who identify as women
Awarded to an entrepreneur who has served in the military
Founder of color
Awarded to an entrepreneur who is a member of one of the following minority groups: American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Hispanic or LatinX, Pacific Islander
*previously called “minority founder”
Awarded to an entrepreneur who is currently enrolled in post-secondary education
LGBTQIA+ Founder (In partnership with the Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce):
Awarded to an entrepreneur who identifies as LGBTQIA+
Awarded to founders born outside of the United States. Particularly founders who represent some of Nashville’s larger immigrant populations, including people who have emigrated from: Mexico, Central America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Scholarships For Session 1 of 2019 will be open until January 4!