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Girls Start-Up Business Plan Competition

AcceleratorInternshipMay 15 - July 10

An internship developingNext Gen Innovatorsimpacting their communities

What are the Benefits of the Accelerator?

 Women-owned businesses receive less than 3% of all VC investments. Seeds of Fortune is challenging the Status Quo by developing young women innovators to participate in our competitive Girls Start-Up Accelerator to learn funding from an earlier age.

This one-year program, with a paid internship component, helps HS Scholars access the tools, resources, and networks necessary to supercharge social impact ideas.

We help them formulate their ideas and provide the necessary feedback and funding streams to turn their ideas into action.

Girls Startup  Scholars Developed Skills 

Public Speaking 

Email Etiquette 

Critical Thinking & Problem Solving 

Digital Literacy 

Financial Literacy 


College Essay

Growth of entrepreneurship skills

Workforce Development skills
Early-stage social impact ideas

into scalable projects and businesses

Meet the 2023 Entrepreneurs

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Program Schedule  

Summer '24 Program Dates:

All Dates are Mandatory 

Virtual Online - 2X a Week Classes:

May 1, 2024 - June 26, 2024

Sundays: 3:55 PM - 6:55 PM ET

Wednesdays: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM ET

Hybrid NYC - Founder's Day Pitch: June 5, 2024​

Virtual - College Meet & Greet: June 12, 2024

In person - Miami Finalist Pitch Trip: July 9th-10th, 2024

Fall '24 - Spring '25 Program Dates:

Virtual Monthly College Prep Support

October - November, 2024

January - April, 2025 

In-person Pitches 

NYC Founders Day Pitch Times Square 

Miami Finalist Pitch Sole Miami Hotel & Grant Cardone HQ


Adebukola Ajao

Adebukola answered the call of economically enhancing her community and providing media education to small businesses, she started a media consulting practice called BDY CONSULT. She has garnered major clients such as Verizon, actress, singer, songwriter Keke Palmer, and the illustrious Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Also, she guided small business in low-income neighborhoods in Boston. She developed their brand messages and collected social media analytics to measure their success. She is currently a Adjunct Professor at Northeastern University with a Master of Professional Studies in Digital Media with a concentration in social media management. 


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