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Come join us at the first meeting of the LaunchNET book club, hosted by our student fellow Amrith! Help choose the first book that we'll be reading and grab some food. THIS FRIDAY, February 28 at noon, in the LaunchNET office
Every Wednesday from 2-3pm in the LaunchNET office
Javon Miller, student entrepreneur and LaunchNET Fellow, will host informal discussions about the "real life" stuff of being a young entrepreneur. It's not just about your business (or business idea!), it's about your life.
Are you a Hipster, Handler, Hacker or a Hustler? The Commons Akron Innovation and Entrepreneurial Skills Program needs you! One-page overview.
Two great pilot programs in Akron in 2019: students from seven area universities doing innovation projects with Akron Children’s Hospital, Consolidus, FirstEnergy, Goodyear, Main Street Gourmet, The J.M. Smucker’s Company and The Timken Company.
Participate in the next program: February 29 – March 29, 2020!
Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Kick-off 02/28 - Friday, February 28, 2020 at Sears think[box] It takes an incredible amount of courage to risk starting your own business and just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to support a business. Let's spend our Friday lunch time being a piece of this supportive community.
EDUCATION FROM THE EXPERTS JumpStart offers free educational workshops on a wide variety of topics, from capital readiness and go-to-market strategy to financial projections and growth planning. In order to provide the most value to participants, our workshops are focused on specific types of businesses at specific stages of growth.
The ideal candidate is someone who has an interest in start-up businesses and would like to evaluate start-ups for potential investment. This person likely has had an interest in business plan competitions or similar type entrepreneurial events. In addition, this individual must be a strong communicator who is able to work autonomously to complete assigned tasks.
The intern will be expected to work out of the OIF offices in Columbus, OH as well as be able to drive to other locations across the state for external events. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.
Apply on Handshake or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Each spring, we invite students from around the world to pitch ideas for conscious capitalism ventures that make a profit while also solving a problem. Winners take home thousands of dollars to help make their ideas come true.
DEADLINE: March 8 e-Fest® and the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge starts with an online competition. Undergraduate students in North America are encouraged to form teams and submit their venture pitches, for a chance at a quarter million dollars in prizes.
If you're interested in technology, this is a great chance to build up your resume and get experience with companies on the cutting-edge! You can be studying in any area, from STEM to business, communications, marketing and design.
These are paid internships with a minimum of $15 an hour but you can negotiate for more, and we'll connect you with the companies.