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1. Will I be paid for participation in the Campus Capital program?

If Campus Capital Venture Fellows introduce AE to companies seeking funding that AE later invests in, the venture partner will be given a percentage of “carry” (the returns obtained from holding an investment asset) up to a maximum of $500,000.

During the on-campus portion of the program, AE will reimburse for business expenses, such as transportation to and from startup and tech events, conference fees, and similar expenses, up to $500, with more available if necessary.

Most importantly, Venture partners will have access to the larger VC community through their relationship with Alpha Edison.

2. Do I have to be a business major to participate?

Not at all. We encourage all students, both undergraduate and graduate, to apply. No previous VC experience is necessary to become a Campus Capital Venture Fellow.

3. Is the program limited to a certain level of college?

The program is open to non-freshman undergraduates (sophomores and juniors), MBA students, and other graduate students (Master's and PhD students).

4. What is the application process?

There is a 3 part application process - a general application (first round), a brief case study (second round), and a video interview with the program manager (final round). 

5. When is the first round application deadline?

First round applications will be accepted until May 10, 2020.


6. When will decisions regarding finalists be made?

Final decisions will be made by the end of May 2020.


7. When will the on-site training in Los Angeles be held?

The training will be held in June 2020 (final dates TBD).

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