Unlike most of her classmates, Chelsea Koglmeier, a 2012 graduate of Duke University, decided to skip the bulge banks and big corporations to pursue a job at a start-up company. Although joining a start-up after graduation is risky, Koglmeier, a Venture for America fellow, had some help.
She's moving back to the town where she grew up, Cincinnati, to work for The Brandery start-up accelerator.
According to the company’s website, Venture for America matches fellows with start-ups best suited to their skills and career goals where they will work for two years, learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.
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