Are you a grad student interested in entrepreneurship and working hands-on with the energy industry? Hacking for Energy is the course for you.
Hacking for Energy challenges students to develop and test solutions to critical problems facing the energy industry using the Lean Startup methodology. Students apply to the class after independently forming interdisciplinary teams of 4, proposing a solution for a problem submitted by the energy industry. If accepted, the student teams will use the course to test and build their solution by getting out of the classroom, talking to customers, and interacting with industry professionals. Students must apply by November 27th to participate in the Spring 2018 semester.
Interested? Come to an info session on October 23rd (Washington Square) or October 24th (Tandon) to learn more about the class! Register here to attend.
Need help finding team members? Come to our matching meetup on November 2nd to meet other students interested in taking the class! Sign up here to attend.