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Midlands Technical College has a number of Entrepreneurship programs available. These programs include the academic Entrepreneurship Certificate Program, the MTC Entrepreneurship Club (MEC), the USC Columbia Technology Incubator Program, which has two available slots for MTC students, and MTC’s Continuing Education FastTrac® program. Faculty and staff will be available to provide you with assistance.  Listed below are the links to each of these opportunities.


The 18-hour academic program is a specialized curriculum designed to provide advanced training in the day-to-day activities faced by people with small businesses.


The MEC meets once a month during the Fall and Spring Semesters. This club provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs to network with others who are starting their own businesses. There is no charge, and a free lunch is served. Only people interested in this club should attend.


MTC has two slots allocated for this program. To participate, one must be an enrolled student throughout the period in the Incubator. Follow the link for more information and for the application form.

USC/Columbia Technology Incubator Application

FastTrac® PROGRAMS (www.fasttrac.org, www.mtctraining.com)

The FastTrac® program consists of several different classes designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to address the challenges encountered by entrepreneurs when either starting a new business (NewVenture™), growing an existing business (GrowthVenture™), or mobilizing intellectual property and/or technologies (TechVenture™).



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