The TechArb Student Venture Accelerator (TSVA) is taking a summer off! We are revamping the program and plan to re-launch for the summer of 2021. We expect programming for the TechArb Entrepreneurial Meetups to continue in the fall and winter semesters in preparation for the summer (Winter 2020 events are canceled).
In the meantime, please complete the interest form to stay up to date on TSVA happenings. If you are in need of student venture advising, please visit the CFE advising page to schedule an appointment with our Entrepreneur in Residence.
TechArb Student Venture Accelerator serves as the training ground for University of Michigan students to become tomorrow’s leading entrepreneurs. Portfolio companies receive premier access to expert mentors, tailored programming, material support, dedicated workspace and — perhaps most importantly — a community of like-minded, high-achieving peers. These resources comprise a critical component of entrepreneurial education, empowering students to take their classroom learning and put it into practice for real-world impact.
The TechArb Accelerator launches companies that are ready for the next stage of investment. Our graduates have received an experiential education in evidence-based entrepreneurship, start-up culture, and triple-bottom-line business planning. They are primed to be highly influential in whichever sectors they operate.
Throughout this training, we place heavy emphasis on not only business development, but also professional and community development. In the TechArb Accelerator, forward-looking students from any level and discipline come together for an engaged learning experience that prepares them to be tomorrow’s foremost problem solvers and thought leaders.
The University of Michigan has a long-standing tradition for both academic excellence and societal impact; the TechArb Student Venture Accelerator joins that tradition and carries it forward.
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