Entrepreneurship Opportunities

Interested in building your startup this summer? The NYU Summer Launchpad and NYU Startup Sprint accelerator programs offer money, mentorship, co-working space and more to help NYU students, recent alum and researcher-led ventures to start up! Countless successful NYU ventures launched in these programs including Brooklinen, Kinvolved, Pepper, Ephemeral Tattoos, Govern for America, Seastraws, Sunthetics, and many others. Collectively these ventures have gone on to raise >$40M, are earning over $110M in annual revenue, and…

Film Screening: You’re invited!

The NYU Ability Project invites you to the screening of The Ability Exchange, followed by a discussion with its director, Bing Wang (TSOA ’13) and Allan Goldstein, professor in the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. A light reception will follow. The Ability Exchange is a documentary film about an innovative disability studies course (Disability Studies: CAM 2204) at NYU Tandon where students and self-advocates with cerebral palsy team up to make…

Fellowship opportunity-Echoing Green

Want to solve the world’s most urgent problems? If you have the ideas and vision to bring positive change to the world, this opportunity is for you. All that matters is that you are committed to the problem you are solving and are ready to make a big impact. Through the two-year, full-time Fellowship, Echoing Green finds social entrepreneurs, and invests deeply in the growth of their ideas and leadership. Their goal is to find…

Green Grant for Plastic Shredder

NYU Green Grants are awarded to promising students, faculty and project groups to foster the university’s environmental performance, support community engagement, demonstrate the development of cleanest technologies, and nurture environmental literacy. The MakerSpace was awarded a Green Grant of $13,752 to develop a plastic shredder and recycling system for the waste generated by failed 3D prints. The project has the potential for institutionalization on campus and can be further expanded to other plastic waste as…

Join us for the Design Jam for Accessibility (DFA NYU) on September 21st.

Design for America of NYU, a student club open to undergraduates and graduates from all NYU school invites you to kick-off the semester by joining your creative efforts in ideating about urban accessibility We use human-centered design to tackle social issues in our community and this is exactly what we will do on September 21st. We will partner with ADAPT Community Network, whose mission is empowering people through innovative solutions. This will be an opportunity…
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