How to Apply
Apply to the EBV-F
EBV-F applications are accepted from:
- Family caregivers of post-9/11 veterans that have been identified by the DoD or VA with a "service-connected" disability, that now require assistance to perform activities of daily living. Specifically:
- An eligible family caregiver under this program shall be a spouse, parent, sibling, adult child, or other first-degree family member of a post-9/11 veteran with a service-connected disability, who assumes responsibility, or who has been designated by the veteran, to assist the veteran to perform activities of daily living that the individual would typically perform without assistance if not for the service-connected disability.
- An eligible veteran under this program shall be one who has a service-connected disability as determined by the VA and/or DoD, and as a consequence of that disability requires the assistance of a caregiver to perform activities of daily living.
- The surviving spouse or adult child of a soldier, sailor, airman, coast guardsman, or Marine (active, guard, or reserves) who lost their life since 2001 as a consequence of their military service.
We operate on a rolling admission basis; therefore early application is highly encouraged. Applications can be downloaded from the program website: http://whitman.syr.edu/ebv.
The EBV-F program represents a unique opportunity for military family members who have sacrificed for America's freedom to take an important step toward realizing their own freedom - economic freedom - through entrepreneurship. The EBV-F is a selective, rigorous, and intense educational initiative that has been created to make a difference. Accordingly, the application process itself is rigorous and selective.
Successful candidates for admission will demonstrate a strong interest in entrepreneurship, high motivation for owning and managing a business, and a high likelihood of successful completion of this intense training program. Download the PDF application, and mail it to:
EBV Families Coordinator
Whitman School of Management
721 University Ave, Suite 116
Syracuse, NY 13244
If you have any questions, contact Ellie O'Neill at (315) 443-6007/6899 or email@example.com