Dreamit’s Rising Founder Program
Just launched to provide college entrepreneurs and founders the Dreamit Dose: short, digestible ~5-minute founder insight videos with actionable tips based on common mistakes the Dreamit team sees founders make every day. A good example is below. This is a completely free program and by signing up, Dreamit will notify you once a month with exclusive fresh videos. To join, sign up directly.
Venture Well’s E-Team program supports multidisciplinary student-led teams who are aiming to bring their innovation out of the lab and into the market. Up to 25k in non-dilutive E-Team grants is available for early-stage student science and tech startups who are on the path to launching innovations with a social, health, or environmental impact. Teams also gain sponsored entry into the Pioneer workshop, part of the Early-Stage Innovator Training Program, designed to build their confidence and entrepreneurial skills as they explore essential topics like customer discovery, intellectual property, and business model validation E-Team Program Officer David D’Angelo offers great tips to help teams submit a competitive proposal! Details on how to apply are here. October 7 deadline
Newark Venture Partner Labs
Newark Venture Partner Labs is still accepting applications. They are looking for digital technologies startup companies with some sales and an opportunity to scale. For details visit their website: newark.vc (https://www.newarkventurepartners.com/) and specifically for the NVP labs (https://www.newarkventurepartners.com/labs). They are based in Newark in the Audible building and have coworking space available.
Learn how to start a startup with YC’s free 8-week online course. Website includes lots of free videos and information.
The program brings the knowledge and experience of MBA and undergraduate business students, under the guidance of an instructor in the Entrepreneurship Team Consulting Class, to bear on a need identified by a client. The client receives a detailed report of insightful analysis and valuable recommendations To date, Rutgers students have completed consulting projects for business firms, not-for-profits, and government agencies. The Rutgers Team Consulting Program offers a quality service at a nominal fee.