Cambridge Entrepreneurship Assistance Application Form


The City of Cambridge Entrepreneurship Assistance Program is a collaboration between The Capital Network and the City to provide training to Cambridge early-stage entrepreneurs. The Capital Network (TCN) provides an Accelerated Education Program (AEP). AEP is a six-month workshop series on fundraising education for early-stage entrepreneurs. AEP is designed to incorporate the guidance of many former or current entrepreneurs and members of the majority of angel groups and venture capital firms in the New England area. The AEP program is provided on a rolling schedule and workshops are kept small for entrepreneurs to ask questions for his or her business and funding needs.

The Cambridge Entrepreneurship Assistance Program provides six (6) HUD eligible Cambridge early-stage entrepreneurs in the clean energy, consumer products, high tech, and life sciences clusters with the opportunity to participate in The Capital Network’s AEP Program. To check your eligibility, please check out the Program's website.

Applications will be taken first come, first serve. Rolling applications will be taken until May 1, 2016.

For more information on the Program, please contact Pardis Saffari at or via phone at 617/349-4654. TTY Line: 617/349-4621.