Milwaukee- and Madison-based entrepreneurship organization gener8tor today announced it will launch another iteration of its gBETA program, this one focused on early-stage nonprofits and companies launching K-12 education-related products, services or content.

Joe Kirgues of gener8tor welcomes attendees to Premiere Night.

The new seven-week program, gBETA Social Impact, is being offered in partnership with Madison-based American Family Insurance, and will be based at new Madison entrepreneurship space The Spark. The location in The Spark is aimed at fostering collaboration among the participants and other entrepreneurs.

Like other gBETA programs, the non-equity accelerator is reserved for companies with Wisconsin roots, is free to entrepreneurs and is focused on gaining customer traction. Each cohort gains one-on-one coaching, as well as connections to gener8tors investor, mentor, corporate and customer networks. Five applicants will be chosen for the first gBETA Social Impact cohort. Read the full story here.