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Grants of $5,000, grants of $20,000, and in-kind services to USA and territories colleges and universities to support students in the development of technological innovations with market potential. Funding is intended to support engineering or science based innovations that have a positive impact on the world, are commercially promising, and scalable. Funds, training, immersive workshops, and specialized coaching are provided to student innovators and entrepreneurs to help them move their inventions into the marketplace.
An E-Team, or Entrepreneur-Team, is a multidisciplinary group of students, working with a faculty mentor, to bring an invention to market.
The product is a fit for the E-Team program if:
Many E-Team inventions and innovations fall into one of the following categories:
E-Teams have the opportunity to secure up to $25,000 in grant funding, attend training workshops (Pioneer and Propel), and receive individualized coaching from VentureWell.
Program Overview: Stage 2 of the E-Team Program is intended to support teams in further developing their inventions/innovations and plans for commercialization
You may apply for Stage 2 if:
GrantWatch ID#: 181079
Each year, VentureWell funds approximately 50 Stage 1 teams and 20 Stage 2 teams.
There are two stages in the E-Team Program:
- Stage 1 grant: $5,000 + Pioneer workshop
- Stage 2 grant: $20,000 + Propel workshop + three months of coaching
The Foundation requires at least two active and enrolled students on the team for the duration of the grant
- Stage 1 = 6-12 months
- Stage 2 = 18 months
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
If you have any questions about the E-Team program, please email:
For questions about the grant or proposal process please email or call:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-587-2172
100 Venture Way
Hadley, MA 01035
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