2016 Enviropreneur Institute: Apply Now

Published: 
Friday, March 4, 2016

PERC is searching for a new class of innovative environmental entrepreneurs, or as we call them, enviropreneurs. In our experience, recommendations from alumni and friends of PERC make the best candidates.

The Enviropreneur Institute offers an in-depth look at the most important topics for entrepreneurs, while exploring how start-ups and businesses can tackle environmental issues. The Institute is a six week program, with five of those weeks spent participating in a personalized remote accelerator where advisers will provide specific skill-building sessions. This will be followed up with one week in Bozeman, Montana where enviropreneurs come together, share their experiences, and put their businesses in motion.

The Enviropreneur Institute will be its most successful if applicants have a jump start on their business venture or idea.

If you know creative and eager enviropreneurs who could benefit from this program, please encourage them to email scott@perc.org.

 

As PERC's Media & Marketing Manager, Kristen helps disseminate the idea that property rights, markets, and enviropreneurs can tackle environmental issues. She is new to Bozeman, Montana and joined PERC in 2016. Prior to PERC, Kristen produced segments for the STOSSEL show on Fox Business, worked at a local news station in Philadelphia, and...
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Neal Doyle is the Director of the Enviropreneur Institute, and Assistant Director of the Harvard Innovation Lab, Harvard University’s on-campus entrepreneurship resource and education center. Neal was hired as the i-lab’s second employee, and currently leads operations, special projects, and strategic initiatives.  He is also the co-founder of a...
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Scott assists with research and outreach at PERC, collaborating on projects and helping keep track of national environmental policy debates, as well as maintaining and expanding PERC’s network of thoughtful environmentalists.Scott learned about free market environmentalism through PERC Senior Fellow Bobby McCormick. After graduating from Clemson...
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