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Summer Intensive | Apply

Summer Intensive | Apply

The Quad is looking for you! Are you searching for an opportunity in Colorado Springs to do real work, make a real difference and also network while you are at it? Our Summer Intensive Program is accepting applications for rolling admissions until April 17th.

What is the Summer Intensive Program?

4 Schools. 4 Weeks. 4 Problems.

The Quad’s Summer Intensive is a program where you turn your ideas into action, expand your networks, develop your professional experience, solve pressing community problems and create impact in the city you live in through the Quad Innovation Partnership’s four-week signature immersion program. $1000 award included with admission to the program.

This paid, action-oriented, full-time experience will allow you to dive deeply into a business or community problem, create tangible results and, most importantly, set you up for rapid professional accomplishment and leadership positions after graduation.

Spend the month of June creating and validating a solution to one of Colorado Springs’ most pressing problems. From building a social enterprise from scratch to testing an affordable housing model for seniors, learn from some of our region’s most compelling leaders step-by-step how to turn your ideas into action and impact.

Be ahead of the game click the link below and submit your application!

Edson Foundation, one of our clients for Summer Intensive, has invited non-profits in the Pikes Peak Region to apply for a grant to create a social enterprise, much like the Quad did for a past client, Silver Key.

Edson Foundation has a new strategic focus for 2018-2020, with an emphasis on building sustainability for nonprofits through a social enterprise development program and start-up financing. They are selecting one organization to receive start-up capital and participation in a social enterprise development program.

For more information on the Edson Foundation and how to apply to their program visit: https://www.ppcf.org/edson-fund/


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