Entrepreneurship at Cornell Summer Internship Program 2020
Historically, as many as 70 paid internship placements are awarded each year. Each Cornell student brings the latest in entrepreneurial thinking from their classroom and applies it during their internship. Eligibility is open to Cornell juniors, seniors and graduate students who have an interest in small to mid-sized businesses. Sophomores are allowed to apply by invitation only through the Internship Director Deb Moesch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Interested companies and students are encouraged to apply here:
Applications Now Open for the Napkin-to-Prototype Hardware Accelerator
The Napkin-to-Prototype Hardware Accelerator, offered in partnership with the College of Engineering at Cornell University, is a deep dive into exploring hardware entrepreneurship through an intensive 11-week summer program. Teams are led through a process for determining if their ideas are commercially desirable, technologically viable, and economically feasible. Upon completion of the program, Hardware Alums are positioned to recruit team members, ring on partners, work with contract manufacturers, and pitch to investors. Apply now.
Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator Applications Open
The Johnson Summer Startup Accelerator is a 10-week summer intensive that will continue the momentum for student startups finishing their spring semester. Supported by the numerous Cornell and Ithaca entrepreneurial resources, teams will participate in weekly workshops and regularly meet with EiRs. The Kadiyali Fund will support students participation in the summer Accelerator. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Improving Organizations & Outcomes in Healthcare and Community Organizations- Lessons from a Social and Business Entrepreneur
PAM 5900 Lecture: 006 Class number: 19516 (0.5 CR) Friday, April 17, 9:05am-6:00pm.
All lectures will be delivered remotely—ONE DAY ONLY
Course Description: The purpose of this course is to introduce health-related, hospitality, design entrepreneurship and other students to examples and techniques that have been successfully used by the Quint Studer and the Studer Group across the country to improve organizational performance and outcomes. Among the specific areas we expect to cover include a) providing an overview of approaches used by the Studer Group clients to improve management/ leadership accountability to increase organization performance and specifically HCAHPS results and b) to review selected techniques around identifying and counseling/taking other actions with high, middle and low performers in organizations, and particularly around the first 90 days. The course also plans to discuss additional successes Mr Studer and his foundation/Institute have had in revitalizing communities.