No entrepreneurship ecosystem is complete without top notch startup mentorship options. From Blackstone LaunchPad to the Pillsbury Institute’s Entrepreneurs in Residence to intense I-Corps programs to numerous other mentorship opportunities, we are delighted to help our constituents, be they students, faculty, staff or alumni, further their entrepreneurial pursuits.

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Guides Engineering faculty and students through entrepreneurship

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Guides Johnson MBA students in their entrepreneurial pursuits

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The Pillsbury Institute invites successful entrepreneurs to the Ithaca campus through the Entrepreneurs in Residence program

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Regional and national training courses with NSF funding to help researchers get out of the lab and explore the market potential of their discoveries.

Read more about the Interior Northeast I-Corps Hub

Helps doctoral students and postdocs from all disciplines in their exploration of careers beyond academia

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Mentoring program that supports the personal and academic development of first-year students

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Recruits, educates, inspires, and supports capitalization in BIPOC and women founders developing climate tech startups

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Connecting Cornell researchers with business students to develop the next generation startup C-suite leaders in the life sciences

Read more about BioEntrepreneurship

Connecting Cornell researchers with Johnson MBA students to develop the next generation of startup C-suite leaders in green technology

Read more about the Green Technology Innovation Fellowship.

The Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell is a collaboration between Bank of America and Cornell University to provide 100,000 entrepreneurs with access to an online certificate program that provides the knowledge and resources to build and scale successful businesses.

Read more about Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell