Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 24: A unique student angel investing fund
The University of Missouri developed the Allen Angel Capital Education (AACE) program to teach students the fundamentals of angel investing through a hands-on approach. AACE is an interdisciplinary, multi-level, hands-on class that performs research and invests donated assets in startup companies. The students in the program cultivate deal flow, perform pre-screening duties, complete due diligence and structure investment contracts. This course gives students a competitive edge through both developing their strategic thinking skills and facilitating high-caliber network connections outside of their own school.
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