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Deep training and mentorship for a select cohort of entrepreneurial-minded students to develop the functional, managerial, and leadership skills that differentiate the good from the great entrepreneurs.

An incubator for early-stage mobility companies in the connected and autonomous vehicle industry which places a heavy emphasis on matching emerging transportation startups with students who apply classroom learning to practical technology development.

A Company-in-Residence program that pairs emerging and scaling startups with top-tier graduate and undergraduate students studying a wide range of fields including computer science, data analytics, chemical engineering, material science, robotics, business, and sustainability.

One day visits to entrepreneurial ecosystems around Michigan, introducing students to startups, alumni, and resources available to them and their potential ventures.

15-credit minor equipping undergraduate students from any background or area of study with the necessary skills and experience to translate ideas into real impact in the arts, sciences, commercial, and social areas.

Student accelerator with startups comprised of students from any level and discipline who receive premier access to expert mentors, tailored programming, material support, and a dedicated workspace to take their venture to the next level.

Entrepreneurial-focused study abroad opportunities in collaboration with International Programs in Engineering.

Three day visits to entrepreneurial ecosystems on the East and West Coasts of the US, engaging in a deeper dive with top startups, alumni, and applying classroom theory to generate real world solutions.

A monthly meeting used to invite anyone in the U-M ecosystem who is interested in entrepreneurship or innovation to interact with programs such as student organizations, University-led programs, or local entrepreneurial players.