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Sobotka Seed Stage Venture Grants - informational session

Sobotka Seed Stage Venture Grants - informational session

We are pleased to offer the Sobotka Seed Stage Venture Grants for an 8th consecutive year. These two $10,000 venture grants for funding of sustainable start-up business ventures aim to advance the involvement of student and faculty in creating competitive commercial enterprises with environmental benefits to society. The grants are open to all Yale faculty and students. To learn more please click here.

Applications will open on October 15th and will be due by 8:00 p.m. (EST) on Tuesday, November 15th, 2016.

Learn more about these grants and ask questions about the application process at this information session.  Hear from previous Sobotka Seed Stage Grant winner Nathan Hall (SOM/FES’17) on how the grant helped him advance his business, Appalachian Roots.

Questions? Email Thomas Mehl.

Please register so we have an idea of how many will be attending. 

Speakers

Stuart DeCew

Executive Director at Yale Center for Business and the Environment
MBA 2011
Master of Environmental Management 2011

Cass Walker

Executive Director at First Southwest Community Fund