The Class of 2019 application will be made available on 25 October 2016 and are due by 3 February 2017.
The Entrepreneurial Masters Program (EMP) brings together 65 remarkable entrepreneurs – each a founder or co-founder of a company that grosses more than US$1 million — for four days at the MIT Endicott House, located in Dedham, Massachusetts, USA. Hosted by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), this unique, executive education-style program has been designed for three specific reasons:
- To identify and bring together the next generation of entrepreneurial giants— the next Bill Gates or Richard Branson.
- To provide the kind of intense blending of practice and theory that is necessary to excel in this era and to do so in a format that fits your busy schedule.
- To offer this high-quality program at a price that is less than half the cost of comparable programs (All of our efforts go into quality programming and facilities, not fancy promotions).
To offer this high-quality program at a price that is less than half the cost of comparable programs (All of our efforts go into quality programming and facilities, not fancy promotions)
The focus is on leadership. The sessions are rigorous. In short, we bring you the best, at a time when you need it, in a way that fits both your schedule and budget.
Qualifications to Apply
You must qualify for the program in order to apply. To qualify, you must be the owner, founder, co-founder or controlling shareholder of a company that grosses US$1 million or more annually. You do not have to be an EO member in order to apply, but you do have to meet these requirements.
Class of 2019, Year 1: 24-28 May 2017 *You must apply in October 2016 and be accepted in order to be a part of this class.
Class of 2018, Year 2: 31 May – 4 June 2017
Class of 2017, Year 3: 21 – 25 June 2017
|Class of 2019, Year 1||Class of 2018, Year 2||Class of 2017, Year 3|
New applicants are also required to submit a US$2000 deposit with their application. The US$1000 deposit collected upon applying to the program is credited to the registration fee for Year 2 and Year 3. Fees include accommodations, daily shuttle bus service to/from meeting venues, meals, books and other course resources. Fees do not include and are not limited to: airport transfers, pre-/post-event ground transportation, alcoholic beverages or other personal incidental expenses.
Please also see the Payment/Cancellation page for a breakdown of fees and costs.
Criteria and Class Size
This program is limited to 65 business owners, founders, co-founders or controlling shareholders who gross more than US$1 million annually.
Click on a facilitator’s name to read his biography.
- Class of 2019 – Steve Kearley, EO Toronto, EMP Class of 2004
- Class of 2018 – Brian Brault, EO Western New York, EMP Class of 2005
- Class of 2017 – Lee Prosenjak, EO Colorado, EMP Class of 2009
Contact EO’s Learning Team at email@example.com or dial +1.703.519.6700 and ask for a member of the Learning Team.
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) is a global business network of 10,000+ business owners in 131 chapters and 40 countries. Founded in 1987 by a group of young entrepreneurs, EO enables small and large business owners to learn from each other, leading to greater business
success and an enriched personal life. Our vision is to build the world’s most influential entrepreneur community, which aligns with our mission of supporting entrepreneurial education and engaging entrepreneurs to learn and grow. For more information on EO, visit www.eonetwork.org or call +1.703.519.6700.
Founded in 1978, the MIT Enterprise Forum annually offers over 400 entrepreneurial–focused events through 28 chapters globally. MIT Enterprise Forum participation and involvement is open to any member of the entrepreneurial community and attracts executives, business leaders, venture capitalists, industry experts, and service organizations, in addition to our core of emerging entrepreneurs with technology business expectations. The most valuable component of the MIT Enterprise Forum is the networking connections that are developed amongst technology entrepreneurs and the communities in which they reside. For more information on the MIT Enterprise Forum, visit www.mitef.org or call +1.617.253.8200.
*The Entrepreneurial Masters Program is not recognized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The program is associated only with the Entrepreneurs’ Organization; it is not accredited, certified or supported by any institution of higher education, including MIT. Completion of the program does not signify being a graduate of MIT, the Sloan School of Business at MIT, or any of MIT’s certificate or executive education programs.