Subject: Class Opportunity to Work with Entrepreneurs in Africa
The QUEST Honors Program is launching an elective course in Spring 2020 open
to all UMD students. In this course, ARHU398Q, students will work in teams to
consult for entrepreneurs in Africa. Each team will be paired with a startup
in Africa that has received funding from the U.S. African Development
Foundation as part of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). This is a
continuation of the QUEST course featured here:
This is an especially unique opportunity for students applying to the QUEST
Honors Program to get a taste of a QUEST class before being admitted. To sign
up for the course, register on Testudo for ARHU398Q.
Contact Person: Jessica Roffe
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