Undergraduate women in STEM are encouraged to apply for the Program Rewarding Innovation in STEM Entrepreneurship (PRISE), a project-based learning cohort of STEM students who receive coaching and financial support to launch a STEM venture of their choosing.
The program is an initiative of the Flora Stone Mather Center for Women, Sears think[box], and CWRU LaunchNET. Participant are eligible for to $3,000 in start-up funding and other support.
Applications are due by Feb. 29. No prior experience in entrepreneurship and innovation is required. Interested undergraduates just need an idea and a desire to learn. Contact Sarah Dunifon at email@example.com with questions.