Micro-Credentials

The VCU Entrepreneurship Academy proposes a new model of delivering 21st century innovation and entrepreneurship skills through a series of micro-credentials and Credly badges in design thinking and innovation.

What are micro-credentials?

Micro-credentials are short, flexible, asynchronous learning modules designed to help participants develop the specialized, job-ready skills.

Complete our micro-credential courses to earn Credly badges and share on your LinkedIn profile!



Meet the Instructors

Ace Callwood

Ace is a facilitator, educator, who has built globally recognized companies in media and fintech.
He's currently a Director at Envoy where he helps Fortune 500s, international NGOs, and early-stage tech companies navigate hard conversations and make tough decisions.
Ace does his work globally, but calls Richmond, Virginia home.

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Andrew Indelicato

Andrew is an Artist, Designer, and Educator from Richmond, Virginia. Andrew has worked across many creative disciplines and worked with a variety of clients. One of his passions is helping others find creativity within themselves.

He is currently an instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University as well as a Freelance Designer

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Tyson Glover

Tyson Glover has a background in and passion for entrepreneurship, innovation, and design thinking.  

Tyson previously worked at the Center for Design Thinking at Elon University and is currently pursuing his Master's degree in Product Innovation while working as a graduate assistant in the da Vinci Center for Innovation. 

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