The Cowtown Angels Fellows Program is the newest initiative but one of the most exciting and most highly coveted opportunities for TCU Students. TCU students, both MBA and undergrads, work with Cowtown Angels. They participate at every level of the program from observing the initial entrepreneurs investor pitches through funding for those startups that make the cut. In the process they learn first-hand what qualities investors seek in funding early stage startups, the “deep dive” questioning and the due diligence that go into the successful funding of a startup. This is an amazing opportunity for TCU students to see entrepreneurial finance and angel investing up close.
The program is highly competitive with only a small team of students selected each semester. The program is comprised of juniors, seniors and MBA students with a blend of majors such as finance, marketing, supply chain and entrepreneurship.
The Cowtown Angels Fellows Program provided the opportunity to apply what I’d learned in the classroom to the real world. I was able to analyze local start ups and interact with successful business professionals from the Fort Worth community.John F. ,