October 24, 2022
Tallahassee Community College (TCC) has partnered with Domi Station to grant college-level course credit to students participating in the Domi Education Incubation Program, Gear Up, a six-month program that includes workshops, labs, and mentorship.
Students who complete the Domi Education Incubation Program can earn a Business Basics micro-credential and 12 credit hours of college-level course credit for the following courses:
- CSG2069 Starting a Business on the Internet (3 credit hours)
- SBM2000 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (3 credit hours)
- ENT2430 Legal Environment for Entrepreneurs (3 credit hours)
- ENT2411 Accounting and Taxation for Entrepreneurs (3 credit hours)
“We are excited to announce this innovative partnership and offer this opportunity to Domi Education students,” said Dr. Joey Walter, Dean of Business Industry and Technology (BIT) at TCC. “We continually look for new ways to serve students and this pathway through Domi is another example of these efforts.”
In order to be eligible, students must meet all TCC admission requirements, successfully complete the Domi program, and be enrolled in an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or certificate program appropriate to the credit to be awarded. TCC will not charge tuition for any courses for which a student earns articulated credit. Domi and TCC will review course outcomes annually to ensure continued alignment.
Applications are open now for the Spring 2023 Domi Education Incubation Program cohort. Interested students can apply at DomiStation.org/GearUp.
About Domi Station
Domi Station is a non-profit startup incubator and coworking space. It offers programs, resources, and events that help entrepreneurs start and scale sustainable companies. Domi is actively involved in growing the local entrepreneurial ecosystem through supporting services, resources, connections, and community. Domi Station and its participating companies have created over 1000 jobs, raised over $42 million in wages, and attracted greater than $18 million in investment. It has generated a total economic impact of $183 million since its founding. For more information about Domi Station visit www.domistation.org