Brown University School of Engineering

B-Lab & Brown Venture Prize Info Session (Dec.3)

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

12:00pm - 1:00pm

1 Euclid Avenue, Providence RI 02908, Liz Lange Lecture Hall

Brown University’s Breakthrough Lab (B-Lab) is an intensive 8-week accelerator program designed to support student entrepreneurs developing high-impact ventures. We are agnostic to what type of venture we except into B-Lab and work with ventures from all backgrounds, from e-commerce to social impact. Each participating venture receives access to custom mentoring, a peer cohort of dedicated founders, co-working space, and a $4,000 summer stipend (per student).

The Brown Venture Prize is designed to empower the most advanced entrepreneurial ventures by Brown students. It supports teams who have identified a significant opportunity, and whose ventures have the potential to create “impact at scale”. The prize is agnostic with respect to what sectors or industries ventures are working in, or even whether they are commercial, social, or have blended approaches. The essential thing is that teams have identified an opportunity or challenge and are thinking big about how to solve it. The Brown Venture Prize is intended to help them accelerate and scale those solutions. Winners will receive prize money, critical mentorship, and access to leaders in the Brown entrepreneurial community and beyond.

Learn more about the two programs and ask questions about the application process. In addition to meeting students that participated in the programs, you will meet the Nelson Center team: Jason Harry, Director of Breakthrough Lab; Jonas Clark, Nelson Center, Associate Director; and Liz Malone, Assistant Director for Programs – who work with you during the whole process, coaching and cheering you on. If you just want to learn more or are thinking about applying to either program, join us!

Lunch will be served. RSVP Here.