Applications for the Halcyon Incubator are open now through October 8!
Fellows engage with the program in two major stages:
Phase 1: Residency
Residency (5 months): Fellows live and work at Halcyon’s headquarters in Washington, DC, with total access to expert guidance. They participate in core programming that includes family breakfast, pitch sessions, skill series, advisor office hours, and more. Hard work and dedication during this phase culminates in a final showcase to a curated audience of partners, mentors, advisors, supporters, and potential investors.
Phase 2: Post-Residency
Post-residency (13 months): Fellows continue to have access to free workspace at Halcyon, with additional resources available to build their networks, secure funding, and grow their venture.
Halcyon’s well-honed methodology fosters creativity through an environment of freedom, access, collaboration, and support. It gives prospective impact leaders the physical and mental space to freely take risks and exercise their ingenuity. By removing barriers and supplying resources, Halcyon empowers visionaries regardless of their means or circumstances, disrupting the status quo around who has access to entrepreneurship opportunities.
Applications for the Flagship Residential Fellowship are accepted twice a year. Learn more about applying here!
We play well with others!
Contact us to learn more about licensing our methodology, sponsoring a vertical within the program, and other opportunities to collaborate with the Halcyon Incubator. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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