Stanford University’s StartX Accelerator Program is earning widespread attention for the strides it has made within the international tech communities. The program incorporates various experimental education and collective mentoring to accelerate the development of the university’s top entrepreneurs
The program’s core components, including the university’s community of 1000+ expert entrepreneurs, hands on mentorship opportunities with entrepreneurs, experts, angels and VCs, and experts from tech mainstays including LinkedIn, Google, Twitter, and many others. Customized programming and $1.2M value in resources from the accelerators partners (which additionally include Microsoft, Amazon Web Services and Hyundai, to name a few) has further distinguished the program from others of its kind.
Another aspect that separates StartX from other accelerator programs is that fact that the program requires no fees and takes zero equity. The program’s dedication to issues regardless of industry or focus has allowed for those in and alumni of the the program to address matters across numerous industries, including the biotech, medical device, hardware, cleantech, and non-profit and consumer industries.
To explore your eligibility in the program, those interested must apply to the program as either a first-time founder or as an experienced entrepreneur. For more information on the program, visit StartX’s website.