- Find Funding
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Because of the breadth of ASU's myriad entrepreneurship opportunities, knowing where to start can be challenge! Use the guide below for direction to the most appropriate resource for your needs or contact us for additional information.
Changemaker Central develops and nurtures student entrepreneurs and changemakers by providing the opportunities and resources to inspire, catalyze and sustain student-driven social change.
ASU offers over 80 entrepreneurship courses in a variety of disciplines open to students of all majors.
The Student Organization Resource Center has multiple student entrepreneurship clubs to join if you have an interest in becoming part of a network of entrepreneurs.
ASU career advisors are available to answer questions, connect you with resources including internships and mentors, and provide advice about achieving your entrepreneurial goals. Sun Devil CareerLink is a helpful tool for students seeking an internship with a local entrepreneur.
The Mentoring Marketplace provides students with an opportunity to search a database of knowledgeable entrepreneurs and professionals who are willing to mentor students.
ASU has different student organizations and resources available to students to help them develop well-rounded teams. Some examples include The Applied Entrepreneurship Club and ASUlaunch, an online marketplace for students looking for team members.
Venture Catalyst hosts office hours on all four campuses where you can receive one-on-one feedback about your idea, budget and implementation plan.
The ASU Innovation Challenge seeks undergraduate and graduate students from across the university who are dedicated to making a difference in our local and global communities through innovation. You can win up to $10,000 to make your innovative project, prototype, venture or community partnership ideas happen.
The Venture Catalyst at ASU provides a suite of venture acceleration services that are designed to help ventures, in all stages of development, grow and succeed.
Seek legal advice for your ventures and receive support from a variety of ASU sources including the Innovation Advancement Program and the Lisa Foundation Patent Clinic.
There are many places to collaborate and incubate your ideas by utilizing several resources at ASU and in our communities. Some spaces include Changemaker Central, Co+Hoots and Gangplank.
The Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative provides up to $20,000 in funding, office space and guidance to teams of students within all university disciplines. This accelerator gives student entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop their innovative ideas and launch viable businesses.
Mentors provide critical advice to entrepreneurs, offering insight on business plans, presentations, financing and many other elements of the venture creation process.
Local entrepreneurs can gain access to the extensive student and alumni talent base at ASU through Sun Devil CareerLink.
The success of ASU's entrepreneurship programs is dependent upon the contributions of forward thinkers with a passion for creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.