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Halcyon’s flagship Incubator program accepts applications twice a year, with cohorts in the spring and fall. Intensive programs – our tailored programs for specific groups of entrepreneurs or artists – typically have off-cycle application periods. This page links to applicant and application details for our full-time fellowships, as well as any intensives with upcoming or ongoing application periods.
We welcome your questions about applying to Halcyon! Send them to Kaitlin Capobianco at email@example.com.
Apply to the Halcyon Incubator
During the 18-month traditional Halcyon Incubator fellowship, a diverse cohort of social entrepreneur fellows receive free residency and workspace, mentorship and leadership coaching, robust support from business consultants, and a living stipend to develop their entrepreneurial vision. Learn more about the Halcyon Incubator program here.
Applications are currently closed. Scroll down to sign up for emails to be the first to know when applications open for our next cohort!
Apply for Incubator Intensives
In addition to the flagship Incubator program, Incubator Intensives offer tailored experiences for specific groups of entrepreneurs. The range of Intensive offerings changes each year, and in the past has included international intensives from South Korea and Saudi Arabia and all-women cohorts from Bahrain and in partnership with Black Girl Ventures. Learn more about Halcyon’s intensive programs here.
Eligibility requirements and selection criteria vary by program, so check back for more information, sign up for our email list at the bottom of the page, and follow @halcyoninspires on social media to hear about new intensive programs as they’re announced.
Apply to the Halcyon Arts Lab
The five-month fellowship is designed to provide support and resources to emerging artists working on projects which address issues of social justice, civic engagement, and community building. Arts Lab fellows strive to expand their practices and grow as leaders during their residency, which includes rent-free housing, studio space, a stipend, skill building programming, exhibition opportunities, and access to a network of collectors, curators, and other experts.
Applications for the Halcyon Arts Lab are currently closed.