There are fellows already
-- made up of all varieties of professional and creative types -- and more on the way. We like it. We're starting to feel dense. An excerpt.
Venture for America believes that attracting talented college graduates to cities grappling with unemployment may help jumpstart those local economies, and now it’s moving forward with its mission to do just that. The New York-based nonprofit debuted its first class of 41 fellows and the companies they will work for across country. Ten Detroit companies--including Digerati, Quikkly, and Benzing--as well as venture firm Detroit Venture Partners will welcome the fellows.
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