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Venture for America announces 2015 Baltimore class

The 14 fellows will work with nine Baltimore startups.

Charm City. (Photo by Flickr user Patrick Gillespie, used under a Creative Commons license)

Venture for America announced its 2015 class of fellows this week.
The recent college grads will be the national program’s third class working with nine Baltimore startups. In all, about 35 Venture for America fellows and alumni are now in Baltimore.
VFA fellows are encouraged to get involved in the community beyond the workday, making them common participants in area hackathons.
In March, four fellows launched a new foodie venture called the Remington Chop outside of day job responsibilities.
Below is a look at this year’s class, and which companies they will assist:

Companies: Pegged Software / Avhana Health / Rendia / Pixelligent / Pava Marie LaPere Center for Entrepreneurship / ZeroFox / Allovue / SmartLogic / Venture for America

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