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Increasing biotechnological innovation pace by building symbiotic relationships between MIT and global academic and venture communities.
Empowering students by bringing new technology, ideas, and top tech-innovators to MIT.
Students who design go-to-market strategies for MIT tech startups.
MIT's premiere undergraduate business organization - organized into three initiatives: Finance, Consulting, and Entrepreneurship. Once invited to join SBC, members go through the intensive, semester-long, Business Education Program.
MIT's entrepreneurship hub with a matching process for MIT students to get paired with startups.
MIT's premier entrepreneurship club. Hosts various events throughout the year that help connect students with entrepreneurship resources around MIT and Boston, brings insightful speakers to campus, and spurs innovative ideas.
Educating members on blockchain fundamentals and new innovations.
Accelerator for MIT entrepreneurs to accelerate company growth over the summer.
The Trust Center's entrepreneurial program - 2.5 weeks accelerator during the Independent Activities Period (IAP).
90 seconds to pitch a startup idea with no slides - just you and your idea. Winner receives $5,00. Held in mid-November, and finalists will also compete for the $2,000 Audience Choice Award.
A 2-½ week course held every January during Independent Activities Period (IAP). The course is an MIT student's “ramp to the entrepreneurial world at MIT.”
During the winter, Accelerate helps early-stage teams build out their ideas with the support of industry experts and experienced entrepreneurs. Participants eligible for $1,000 in funding and advancement to 100K Launch.
The last and most intensive competition within 100k - teams prepare to launch their ventures into the marketplace. 1st place prize is $100,000.
Series of prizes for execution of innovative ideas. $15,000 for each winning grad team, $10,000 for each winning undergrad team.
Bringing together interdisciplinary minds to explore VR and AR applications.
Annual conference where artists, engineers, and entrepreneurs solve challenges at the intersection of the arts and technology.
MIT's largest hackathon taking place in mid to late September. This year's tracks are Health Tech, Communication/Connectivity, Education, and Urban Innovation.
A multi-stage, student-organized business plan competition. CEP's goal is to accelerate clean energy entrepreneurship and innovation through a robust mentoring program and competition. University teams from across the United States enter their business ideas in Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Infrastructure & Resources, and Energy for Development categories. Prize structure varies annually - in 2019 the grand prize was $100K.
$25K uncapped note and resources to launch your start-up. No idea is too early. More than 10 student teams win. Apply January-March.
In which students work on a 4-month, mini consulting project for international, entrepreneurial firms.
Works with people around the world to develop and advance collaborative approaches and practical solutions to global poverty challenges.
Connecting the worlds of art, science, and technology by collaborating with departments, labs, and centers across MIT.
Empowering MIT's most talented researchers to developing innovative technologies in the lab and bring them to the marketplace.
Highly experienced founders focusing on educating, mentoring, and coaching aspiring MIT entrepreneurs.
Educating and developing the character of outstanding MIT students as potential future leaders in the world of engineering.
Promoting an antidisciplinary culture that emboldens mixing seemingly disparate research fields to create ventures.
Weekly newsletter with announcements and events pertaining to MIT students.
Providing expertise, support & connections MIT students need to become effective entrepreneurs.
Provides aspiring entrepreneurs with impartial and unbiased team mentoring.
Trains and funds top MIT students and alumni to conduct technology incubator courses globally at international partner universities. Participants mentor startups, network with entrepreneurs and VCs, learn and teach real-world technology platforms, and explore exotic locales. Travel allowance plus generous stipend provided.
The one-stop-shop for MIT entrepreneurs to find opportunities, events, resources classes and connect with the community.
Find opportunities, events, resources
classes and connect with the community.
University-focused venture fund investing up to $2M in emerging startups launching from the university scene around the US.
Providing seed funding for student-initiated entrepreneurship ideas and mentoring from a network of committed partners (guaranteed $1K funding and going up to $25K).
Up to 50,000 in Funding for commercializing a technology within three years.
Up to 150,000 in Funding for commercializing a technology in the next year.
First Round Capital's pre-seed investing branch - providing up to $20k to student startups.
Empowering disruptive technologies with the long-term capital, knowledge, network connections, and the specialized equipment and labs they need to thrive.
General Catalyst's pre-seed investing branch - student team building a large network of student founders.