To submit your application and/or questions please contact Abbey Archer-Rierson at 620-242-0439 or email@example.com
The Horizon Fund provides mini-grants to help students explore or carry out an original entrepreneurial idea. Winning ideas must identify a need and describe a creative way of meeting it. A winning idea should be clearly tied to some community value.
To help students begin to develop creative solutions to common problems.
Any McPherson College student is eligible, whether individually or as part of a team; any student; in any major.
To apply, you must complete a form that explains and outlines your idea. The Horizon Committee will select the grant recipients. If your idea is chosen you will be eligible to receive $100-$500. You can apply more than once if your initial idea is selected and you can demonstrate progress.
To submit your application and/or questions please contact Abbey Archer-Rierson at 620-242-0439.
Micro-grants of just $500 through the college’s Horizon Fund have made a significant difference in the lives of enterprising MC students.
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Dr. Betsy Gatewood talks about the Entrepreneurship Fellow position and entrepreneurship at McPherson College.
President Michael Schneider introduces the Horizon Fund initiative to help fund students who have original entrepreneurial ideas.