At Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, we offer year-long fellowships for students and faculty that allow you to dive into topics such as commercialization, global entrepreneurship, innovation and venture creation.

Explore our fellowship options, or take a look at what entrepreneurship fellowships the rest of the CWRU campus has to offer.

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Tinkham Veale-Barbara R. Snyder Entrepreneurial Fellows

Students in the Tinkham Veale-Barbara R. Snyder Entrepreneurial Fellowship (Veale Snyder Fellows) are rising sophomores or juniors. They will participate in a wide range of entrepreneurial education and experiences from credit-bearing courses to experiential learning, and will get the chance to immerse themselves in start-up culture. The fellowship includes a fall trek to Silicon Valley in San Francisco, and a spring trek to an international destination focused on global entrepreneurship.

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Veale Faculty Fellowship

Innovative faculty are key stakeholders in our entrepreneurship ecosystem. They are developing technology that could be used to address a market need and are influencing future innovators in their classrooms and labs. In the Veale Faculty Fellows program, faculty members use their research as a case study and develop a personalized plan for next steps. Our goal is to help prepare faculty for the entrepreneurship journey if they opt to take that path to commercialize their research.

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Other Fellowships at CWRU

Case Western Reserve University students have big ideas. Some have already formed businesses. Some are deep in research. And others are interested in being a part of the startup ecosystem. For those students who are interested in entrepreneurship, there is no shortage of opportunities on campus. Take a look at what our friends at Case Western are providing to see if there is a fellowship that is right for you!