Remote Entrepreneurship Project Program applications open with new track

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The Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, Post-Graduate Planning & Experiential Education—including CWRU LaunchNET—and Weatherhead School of Management’s Graduate Career Management have teamed up to offer a limited number of Case Western Reserve University students the opportunity to work on remote entrepreneurship-related projects for startups, including CWRU-linked companies. This semester, the program will include a second track that gives students the opportunity to work on their own startup.

Applications for both program tracks are due Friday, March 19 at 11:59 p.m.

Track 1: Work on a Project

Get matched with a company based on your interests and skills and earn a stipend for your work.
Projects will be approximately 6 to 8 weeks in duration and consist of about 5 to 10 hours per week. All work will be conducted remotely. Projects in the past have included market research, product design, website/app development, social media management, customer discovery, and more.

Learn more and apply on the REP Program website.

Track 2: Work on Your Own Startup

The REP Program now supports students who have their own startup that they would like to work on. Students will work on their ventures with the Veale Institute and LaunchNet for 8 to 10 weeks in June and July and receive a stipend of $1,000 upon completion of the program.

Students who have a formed venture are required to submit either their pitch deck, executive summary or product design from a previous class or competition. Students who have a business idea that they would like to work on should provide a one-page memo on their venture, detailing specific questions listed on the program website.

Learn more and apply on the REP Program website.

Any questions should be directed to Doug Degirolamo at dxd326@case.edu.