The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship provides the expertise, support, and connections MIT students need to become effective entrepreneurs. With accelerators, mentorships, and resources, this is a great tool for all MIT students and alumni.
An organization with global chapters that organizes competitions, accelerators, events related to MIT’s entrepreneurial community.
For 29 years, the MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition has been bringing together students and researchers from across MIT and Greater Boston to launch their talent, ideas, and technology into leading companies. The competition is run as a series of distinct, increasingly intensive contests: Pitch, Accelerate, and Launch.
The MIT VMS supports innovation and entrepreneurial activity throughout the MIT community by matching both prospective and experienced entrepreneurs with skilled volunteer mentors.
MIT Sandbox provides seed funding for student-initiated entrepreneurship ideas, mentoring from within MIT and from a broad network of committed partners, and tailored educational experiences.
A dedicated fund associated with the MIT Media Lab. They host events, mentor and guide student entrepreneurs, advise founders, and deploy first outside capital to young startups.
MIT’s tough tech incubator provides funding, facilities, services, and partner networks to founders and provides long term capital to sustain their growth. They focus predominantly on underrepresented tough tech breakthrough innovations.
Featuring a hackathon, a pitch competition, tons of speakers, and industry discussions, the MIT Bitcoin expo is the largest single event gathering of blockchain practitioners in the region.
MIT DESIGNX is an academic venture accelerator in the MIT School of Architecture and Planning dedicated to design innovation and entrepreneurship. We empower students, faculty and researchers to build new business ventures and forward-thinking solutions designed to address critical challenges facing the future of cities and the human environment.
A hands-on workshop for entrepreneurs, our Start Smart class focuses on the steps required to prep a solid understanding of your target market so you can launch and grow your science/technology company successfully. CEOs, successful entrepreneurs, and investors who’ve done it all before are invited guest speakers and an integral component of the learning experience!
The MIT Innovation Initiative collaborates with all five schools at MIT to strengthen the vibrant culture and programming of innovation and principled entrepreneurship. Our mission is to connect the varied pathways and networks in this domain to equip the MIT community and its partners to move powerful ideas from conception to impact.
Orbit is the platform for entrepreneurship at MIT where you can find startups, founders, investors, jobs, guides, deals, and connect with the community.