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Watch this documentary about that startup hustle

“Generation Startup” follows Venture for America fellows. It screens at R. House this Thursday.

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Venture for America brought plenty of aspiring entrepreneurs to Baltimore, and they stayed.
This week, the nonprofit that places recent college grads in jobs at startups is putting on a screening of a documentary about starting a business.
Generation Startup is set to be screened on Thursday, March 9, at the recently-opened R. House food hall in Remington.
The film, directed by Cynthia Wade and Cheryl Miller Houser, chronicles six VFA fellows in Detroit over 17 months.
Here’s the trailer:

The VFA-sponsored screenings are happening around the country. As we noted during our Tomorrow Tour collabo with Comcast NBCUniversal, there’s plenty to learn from other cities.

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