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Student-run startup community with weekly networking events and workshops.
Club hosting weekly talks and workshops that explore design, UI, UX, etc.
Club promoting drawing, graphic design, and media production through weekly events.
Georgia Tech's premier pre-professional organization for undergraduate women - 75 members supported with community, development and networking.
(Georgia Institute of Tech. Mastering Android Development) - mobile app development club.
Community of hackers and cybersecurity enthusiasts, meets weekly.
(GT WebDev) - community of web developers, also teach workshops.
App development club with a focus on teaching and learning.
Machine learning club hosting workshops for a range of skill levels.
Maker club blending software and entry-level hardware.
Community focused on big data and machine learning.
(DSGT) - community hosting events focused on data science.
Selective summer accelerator program focused on taking promising products to market with mentorship and grant funding ($4k + $30k in legal & accounting services). Runs an annual Demo Day with lots of visibility.
(ATDC) - Tech Square-based incubator program housing a number of promising startups.
Startup space at Ponce City Market offering classes and workshops on technology, business and design both online and in person.
A hackerspace devoted to mobile app creation and development across platforms.
A new social justice accelerator - teams will work on game-changing projects that will further their causes around social justice, diversity, inclusion, equity, Black Lives Matter, and more.
TechStars runs various 3-month accelerators - updated listings are available on their website. Applications open six times a year, and stay open typically for 12 weeks.
Georgia Tech's annual student run hackathon brings together over 1000 hackers of all majors and backgrounds, sponsors, and mentors to build for 36 hours.
Shark Tank style competition for student inventions. First place receives $20,000, a patent filing, and acceptance into CREATE-X Launch.
Early stage idea or product competition to determine which venture can best help make the world a better place - winner receives up to $5,000.
A two-month long pitch competition where students of any background, any major, any field can submit a pitch of their idea in a number of categories for a chance to win $200 in their category and potentially a grand prize for the overall winning idea.
People, technology, and how they come together, featuring app-based and device-oriented ideas.
GT-backed entrepreneurial programs organized into 3 major initiatives: LEARN (Startup Lab), MAKE (Idea to Prototype), and LAUNCH (Startup Launch).
Roughly monthly events bringing in industry experts to take a deep dive into lesser-known spaces for innovation (run by CREATE-X).
Pro-bono office hours run periodically by a local law-firm (run by CREATE-X).
(formerly Flashpoint) - pioneer of Deliberate Innovation framework. Runs an annual Change Accelerator and a VIP.
(VIP) - faculty-led multidisciplinary research projects for both undergraduate and graduate students.
The Design Bloc is where your ideas take shape. Learn how to think, behave and invent like a creative problem-framer using design thinking through our various workshops and classes.
Georgia Tech is home to many make spaces including the Invention Studio (ME) and the Hive (ECE). Fantastic places to begin prototyping and development.
Mentorship program pairing alumni to students on a 1:1 basis.
A scholarship program for incoming freshmen students who want to pursue an entrepreneurial future.
On-campus startup incubator that has helped launch more than 300 companies.
A streamlined licensing process and facilitation program that provides training and support to Georgia Tech faculty and students interested in launching companies based on Georgia Tech intellectual property.
Computer research lab - active for over 25 years.
A monthly gathering at Atlanta Tech Village to bring people together and present new ideas and pitches.
The go-to source of startup and technology news, interviews, events, job listings, and resources for the Southeast's innovation community.
A members-only community that provides a curated environment designed to foster growth and innovation. Provides exclusive access to a shared workspace, community events, custom programming, mentorship opportunities, and more.
3 credit course focused on evidence-based entrepreneurship, particularly market validation and customer discovery. Conduct at least 20 customer interviews every week.
3 credit course focused on building functional prototypes with faculty mentors, guidance, and early funding.
Undergraduate junior/senior design track similar to Startup Lab, where students validate and develop an early-stage venture.
Class on the theory and practice of startups. Topics covered include customer discovery, cognitive biases, rapid prototyping, pivots, teaming, ideation, leadership, negotiation, and capital raises.
University-focused venture fund investing up to $2M in emerging startups launching from the university scene around the US.
Atlanta Technology Angels is one of the more venerable angel groups in the Southeast. Members typically make seed and early-stage investments between $150,000 and $2 million. Investments include Wisegate, Predikto, CodeGuard and TerraGo.
Focused on seed and early stage companies, CTW Venture Partners makes $1-3 million investments in Atlanta startups. Investments include SoftWear, Sarvint Technologies, CodeGuard and Virima Technologies. CTW is led by Raj Rajan, an Atlanta-based entrepreneur and investor.
Atlanta based seed and early-stage venture capital firm. We partner with visionary entrepreneurs and help them with what they need most - access to markets and customers.