University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship is accepting nominations for undergraduate student entrepreneurship awards and scholarships totaling almost $10,000 in cash and VDC credit. Applications will be accepted March 6 through March 26, 2018. Details on the awards, submission requirements and a link to the application are available at www.udel.edu/horn. Students from all majors are invited to apply.
The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship VentureOn program is accepting applications for the spring 2018 semester. The program provides students working on startup ideas with resources, Venture Development Center access and support from successful entrepreneurial mentors.
University of Delaware's Horn Entrepreneurship invites applicants to UD’s National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program (NSF I-Corps Sites). Applications for the 11th cohort are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16.
The big ol’ Summit is coming up! The Summit, brought to you by the amazing people who run the Diamond Challenge, is totally focused on youth and entrepreneurship and providing a unique and life changing experience to any aspiring high school entrepreneur. Visit the three day conference and enjoy meeting other young entrepreneurs, dancing with new friends and speaking to successful entrepreneurs.
University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship is pushing their blog out of the shadows and into the public eye! The blog is designed to keep students, faculty and the community at large up to date on events, opportunities, awards and a myriad of other milestones attached to the organization.
Hen Hatch is University of Delaware’s premier startup funding competition for students, alumni, faculty and staff. It provides the opportunity to make connections, collect feedback on ideas and build your passion all while competing for in-kind services and a prize pool of $100,000.
One student’s Hen Hatch experience led to greater opportunities of growth. Danilo Vicioso, Economics major with a minor in Entrepreneurial Studies and Founder of Influencia, began his Hen Hatch experience a year before actually submitting to the 2017 competition, according to Vince Di Felice, Assistant Professor of Practice, Manager of Venture Support.
The University of Delaware’s Horn Entrepreneurship is accepting submissions for Hen Hatch 2018, the University’s premier startup funding competition.
Hen Hatch provides benefits beyond the $100,000 prize pool. It provides students, alumni, faculty and staff the opportunity to build a community and develop their business concept further.
Hen Hatch, University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship’s premier startup competition, returns in spring 2018 to provide students, alumni, faculty and staff an excellent opportunity to pursue and improve their business ideas. Outside of being a fantastic opportunity to pitch your ideas, Hen Hatch provides five amazing and phenomenal benefits that everyone can take advantage of, win, lose or draw!
Snoop, an ambitious new tech student team in University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship VentureOn program, is led by freshman Entrepreneurship & Technology Innovation major Andrew Cercena. The Delaware native graduated from Tower Hill and has used his own experience transitioning from high school to college to inspire entrepreneurial creativity.