The Pipeline Fund Fellowship aims to train women in the finer points of angel investing in an effort to increase funding for women-owned businesses. The 10 women chosen to take part in the program will each contribute $5,000 to a pool to invest in a company led by a woman. The six-month program is geared toward teaching women all aspects of angel investing, "not simply writing a check," said 27-year-old Pipeline founder Natalia Oberti Noguera.

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