LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - The new Governor's School for Entrepreneurs is taking applications for this summer's session for both attendees and staff.
Students who are chosen to participate will invent a product and create a business for it. The program will be held June 9 to June 29 at Georgetown College and is free for students.
Students who want to apply for the three-week summer session have until Feb. 15. Applicants must create a video, fill out an online application and get recommendations.
The program's website says it is also hiring graduate and undergraduate students to work as team leaders and is looking for faculty and resident advisers.
More information can be found at www.gse.kstc.com .
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