Los Angeles, City Of Angel Investors? Pipeline Fellowship Call For Applications

The Pipeline Fellowship, an angel investing bootcamp for women philanthropists, just announced its expansion into Los Angeles and the Bay Area with a call for applications.

The propitious 6-month program trains women philanthropists to become angel investors through education, mentoring, and practice. Each Pipeline Fellow commits $5,000 to be invested in a woman-led for-profit social venture at the end of the training. In return for the investment, Pipeline Fellows get equity in the company and a board seat. Pipeline Fellows are also matched with a mentor, an experienced angel investor who serves as a role model.

Women invested in becoming a Fellow must meet the following three criteria:

  1. Satisfy one of the accredited investor definitions
  2. Be interested in the group learning model
  3. Have a passion for philanthropy and/or social change

The program will run September 2012 – March 2013, with applications being reviewed on a rolling basis and interviews commencing late July 2012.

Interested candidates can learn more and apply at: http://pipelinefellowship.producteev.com/home.php

About Amy Senger:
Amy Senger is an L.A. transplant by way of Washington, DC, and co-founder of 1X57, named to Washingtonian’s Tech Titans list with her partner Steven Mandzik. Follow her on twitter @sengseng and follow the Pacific Punch @ThePacificPunch or email amy@1×57.com.
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  1. Cleshalia says:

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