From jobs and internship connections to clubs and fellowships, CWRU has plenty of opportunities for you to start exploring and building your path towards becoming an entrepreneur!
The Morgenthaler-Pavey Startup Competition gives entrepreneurs the chance to win up to $25,000 to grow their ventures and support their business ideas.
During the 2022-23 academic year, the cohort will participate in a wide range of entrepreneurial education and experiences from credit-bearing courses to a summer internship program, as well as the chance to immerse themselves in start-up culture.
Global VCIC is the world’s largest venture capital competition with over 120 university and graduate school teams competing. VCIC is the only place where students get to be VCs for the day and startups get an accelerator for the fundraising process.
The Women in Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER) seeks to imagine and influence the future by supporting undergraduate students interested in STEM innovation, discovery, and creativity through PRISE.
Founded by former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, Venture for America (VFA) is a 2-year fellowship program that connects recent graduates with jobs at startups. Upon completing the program, fellows have access to VFA’s resources, including a crowdfunding competition, accelerator, and seed fund, to start their own company.
If you're looking to get more involved in entrepreneurship at Case, check out our clubs! The Weatherhead School of Management also has a dozen student organizations, including Innovation / Design / Entrepreneurial Association (IDEA) and Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund.
The REP Program was created in response to the delays or disruptions many Case Western Reserve University students experienced to their planned summer jobs and internships as a consequence of COVID-19.
Hosted by the Fowler Center, the Impact Investing Competition provides students the opportunity to network with employers in the Cleveland and impact investment fields and other Weatherhead students, gain insight into social enterprise and sustainable value creation, apply valuable academic skills to a real world investment situation and enhance presentation and teamwork skills.
Do you want to solve social or environmental issues in innovative ways? Through the ThinkImpact Social Entrepreneurship Program, students will work on teams to create impactful solutions and will receive mentoring, necessary resources, potential funding to grow a social venture and a $1,000 stipend.
The Innovation Fellows Program is a paid semester-long program that brings together Case Western Reserve and Cleveland Institute of Art students to work as a team on moonshot projects provided by a sponsoring company.