Welcome to the Greenhorn Connect Student Resources section.
Boston's greatest advantage in the innovation economy is our students! There are many great resources to check out that are specifically tailored to help student entrepreneurs like YOU, so we're highlighting them here. Click on their logos to check out their sites and get involved!
If your student-centric program would like to be featured here please Contact us! Please note: Individual university specific programs can be found in our resource section under Education.
If you're a student and have questions, please feel free to contact us or leave us a message on Twitter (@GreenhornBoston) or Facebook.
The NCIIA engages more than 5,000 student entrepreneurs each year, leveraging their respective school campuses as working laboratories and incubators for businesses and ultimately helping them to bring their concepts to commercialization.
Boston Startup School is the best place for young professionals to learn the skills needed to have an immediate and positive impact on the startup they join. Your days will be spent working on real startup challenges, rapidly applying your new skills. Our program is an immersive, six-week, full time experience that educates participants on startup culture, team dynamics and one of four in-demand skill sets. You will have an opportunity to work with an incredible set of fellow students and meet Boston startup companies that are looking for top talent to grow their businesses.
This program, by Flybridge Capital helps full time college students pay registration fees for local Boston entrepreneurial events. Learn more at StayInMA.com
Designed by BostInnovation to bridge the gap between student entrepreneurs and Boston's innovation economy. Students can learn about innovation at local Boston schools and post their stories.
One of Boston's greatest resources is its talented and diverse student population. The following student leaders have agreed to make their contact information public so that its easier for people to reach out to their schools.