Innovate & Create Entrepreneurhip Program (ICE) Application
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Deadline: September 9th at 12pm (noon)
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The CfE Innovate & Create Entrepreneurship (ICE) Program is an experiential learning opportunity that will empower you to bring your venture to life! The CfE Start-up Program is an intensive program for Humber students who are interested in starting or are in the early stages of starting a business venture.
Our start-up program will provide you with a strong foundation as you move forward in taking your business idea to the next level. Small cohort sizes create maximum opportunity for one-on-one support and collaboration.
ICE will run every Tuesday starting September 15th, 2020 from 4:00pm-6:30pm.
Successful applicants attend:
- Boot camp intensive – explore your idea through this one day deep dive. Work with expert facilitators and industry leaders to delve into the problem you want to solve, determine the viability of your idea, get creative with finding solutions, and develop a model that will support your vision.
- A series of workshops – build and practice the skills needed to move from planning to implementation. Topics include sales, marketing, and more.
- Ongoing advising and mentorship will be available throughout the semester
All Successful applicants get access to:
- Funding resources
- All CfE membership benefits
- Networking opportunities
Who should apply?
- You have identified a business idea and are in the ideation or early startup phase
- You are open to exploring and changing as you work through the program
- You are looking for collaborators and advisors
- You are serious about pursuing this idea, or an entrepreneurial idea in the future, and are committed to completing the program
- You are a Humber Student
Students with a business idea or business in early stages.