Opportunity: Startup Works at Columbia Business School

Startup Works is a 6-session practical workshop series specifically focused on creating inclusive education and development opportunities for justice-impacted people interested in entrepreneurship. The program is organized by the Columbia Business School’s Tamer Center for Social Enterprise and the Center for Justice.

If you are aspiring entrepreneur, interested in building entrepreneurial and technical skills or have an idea or hope to be part of an inclusive startup founding team, apply today to join the next cohort of a practical workshop series: Startup Works.

Over six-weeks on campus, you will be immersed in a series of practical workshops and team project working time and activities to build a foundation of skills for your journey to become a successful entrepreneur. Topics include:

● Value-based Team Development
● Build Your MVP with No-Code Tools
● Knowing Your Customer and Their Problems
● Do-It-Yourself Marketing
● Market Analysis

Deadline: March 15, 2024.

Watch the info session recording here.

Download the info sheet here.

Apply here.