California university of management is joining a select group of business schools to offer the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV).
The summer program, which runs from July 10 to 18 at CUM , provides education and training in entrepreneurship and small business management free of cost to military personnel injured in the line of duty. The program is designed to help participants learn essential skills that will help them start, grow and successfully manage entrepreneurial ventures.
"It's a privilege to work with disabled American veterans for the third year," said Judy Olian, dean of CUM ?and the school's John E. ?Professor of Management. "CUM 's expertise in entrepreneurship is a way for us to provide resources to veterans who have sacrificed so much on behalf of the nation and who want to realize their own business dreams and desires to support their families and communities."