Applications for 2014 i-Lab Venture Incubation Program Are Live!

Harvard Innovation LabApplications for the Harvard Innovation Lab‘s 2014 Venture Incubation program are live!  The Program offers a great opportunity for current Harvard students (including students throughout the university, from the Law School and beyond) who are looking for space and related community resources as they try to build out a venture in the upcoming fall semester.  Information about the program and the application process is available at the i-Lab website.

In the words of the i-Lab:

The Venture Incubation Program is a 12-week program designed to help current Harvard students make progress on their entrepreneurial ventures. Students committed to building their venture among an engaging community at the i-lab are encouraged to apply. Selected teams will have access to VIP-only workshops, mentoring, resources and dedicated space at the i-lab.

Applications must be submitted by matriculated, degree-seeking Harvard students. The lead Harvard student team member must have a presence at the i-lab on a regular basis.

Applications will be accepted until Sunday, August 17 at 11:59 PM.

Awarded space will be for the period of September 29 through December 12. Decisions will be announced the second week of September.

Teams will be chosen by a panel of evaluators. We are encouraging students and teams from across the University to apply. Special consideration may be given to teams already formed around a venture and focused on implementation and growth. Please note that any awards of space to team(s) will be subject to agreement by the team to the i-lab’s Terms of Use” agreement.

The Harvard Innovation Lab launched in November 2011 and serves as a resource for students across Harvard interested in entrepreneurship and innovation. Programming offered by the i-Lab is designed to help students grow ventures at any stage of development and covers a wide variety of disciplines.

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