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Our 9-week program is designed to prepare young professionals for a successful transition into Venture Capital at the Analyst, Associate, and Senior Associate levels. 

No longer accepting applications for

Fall 2021


  • Curriculum/ Programming: Tailored content and bi-weekly lessons serve as the foundation for scaling the venture capital learning curve. Seasoned investors and industry experts will provide nuanced guidance and insights.

  • Individualized Mentorship: Bi-weekly mentor check-ins enable BiV participants to design their personal roadmap into venture capital, receive project feedback, and build their network.

  • Project-Based Learning: Thesis building and hands-on learning is designed to help refine industry prospectives and apply weekly learnings.


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Creating your VC Process + Thesis Workshop​​

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Venture Finance 101​

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Frameworks – Evaluating Founders and Business Models

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​Market Mapping and Due Diligence​

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Sourcing and Supporting Entrepreneurs


  • Early career professionals that completed their undergraduate degree within the last 5 years

  • Ideal candidates have 1–5 years of full-time work experience and are actively looking to make the transition into VC.

  • Individuals who identify as Black or African American

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Application Deadline

September 10, 2021

Program Dates

October 4 - December 10, 2021

Session Cadence

Weekly Training and speaker sessions

Bi-weekly mentor meetings



  • When should I apply?


We will be accepting applications through September 10th at 11:59 pm PT.

  • Should I apply if I'm a student or if I'm later in my career​​​


Students: At this time our program is not designed for students. If you're in school at the moment, we encourage you to take a look at some of the programs below gear towards university candidates.

- HBCUvc

- Black Venture Capital Consortium

- Blueprint Investor Track

 Mid-Career Professionals (5-10 years): Breaking into Venture is designed particularly for early career professionals. BLCK VC does offer other programs that are tailored towards Mid-Career professionals.

- Black Venture Institute

- NYC Path Program


  • What is the time commitment?


The program is 9-weeks long and will run from October 4th to December 10th. Each session will be held on Thursday afternoons from 2:00PM to 4:00PM PST (5:00PM - 7:00PM EST). Educational sessions and mentor meetings will occur on a weekly basis.

  • Can I apply to Breaking into Venture if I'm outside of the US?


At the moment our program is limited to U.S. based participants. In the future we hope to be able to serve VC communities in more countries.

  • Where will sessions be held?


Our sessions will be 100% remote. This gives you the flexibility to be a part of our community regardless of where in the U.S. you're currently living.

  • What does a typical BiV session look like?


Breaking into Venture leverages the best VCs in the game to teach you a new topic each week. Sessions will be a combination of lecture-style teaching, speaker series, and small group projects.

  • Do I have to pay for this program?


No. At BLCK VC, we aim to make venture capital as accessible as possible. The program is free for you. We invest time, energy, and resources into making our program great and ask that you commit to giving the program your 100%.

  • What is BLCK VC?


BLCK VC empowers and supports Black investors, while increasing diversity in venture capital.

To learn more about what we do and who we are, please visit our website

  • Who should I contact if I have more questions?


JeanClaude Dorsainvil is the Breaking into Venture Program Lead. You can reach us at