Get startup mentoring this spring at the LaunchPad

students in the LaunchPad

If you’re working on an idea this semester, we have a talented team of peer mentors and subject experts ready to help.  Through generous donor gifts to the SU Libraries, the LaunchPad is fully staffed with a dynamic student team that can help bring ideas to life.  The Rubin Family Foundation supports five Rubin Family Innovation Mentors who work intensely with a portfolio of student startups, helping them shape strategy and offering insight on the entrepreneurial roadmap. Blackstone LaunchPad Global Fellows are experts in data analytics and software development, design, finance, digital media, marketing, and product design and packaging.  A Hunter Brooks Watson Scholar is skilled at social impact entrepreneurship.  Together, they are a virtual “Startup Studio” for anyone working through an idea, providing 120 hours a week in free mentoring for student startups across campus.  To make an appointment, stop by the LaunchPad and check their schedules, which are posted throughout the glass cube in Bird Library.  You will find the expertise you need — when you need it, and where you need it.  They are eager to work with you.  Find the complete peer mentor schedule here:  LaunchPad_Schedule_Spring 2020