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This year, UNC’s Adams Apprenticeship accepted less than half of its applicants to their prestigious program. The apprenticeship, aimed at encouraging student entrepreneurship by providing resources and opportunities such as training, advisors, conferences, and local and national networking events, accepted just 14 graduate students and 18 undergraduate students. Among those were BME graduate student Emily Wrona and undergraduate Kristin Reed, selected as a result of their talent, drive, and ambition to make an impact as entrepreneurial leaders. In addition to receiving the assistance mentioned above, Emily and Kristin will also get to participate in entrepreneurial trips to San Francisco and New York City.

Congratulations to Emily and Kristen on this outstanding news!


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