Published: March 9, 2018

Are you a coder, designer, entrepreneur—or just curious about how design and technology can make life easier for students? 

March 17–18, come work with a team of international developers and university professionals to share and develop your ideas for a range of student apps—and compete for $6,000 in awards and the chance to further develop a prototype. The top three teams will enter a six month incubation period with support from the university, from which one project will be chosen to receive funding. 

If you go

Who: Open to all students
What: Incuvate CU Boulder
When: Saturday, March 17, 9 a.m., to Sunday, March 18, noon
Where: Village Center Dining and Community Commons

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Register by March 14

Incuvate CU Boulder will provide thought leadership from both CU Boulder and the local business community, four workshops to help your team along the way, mentorship, food, energy drinks and exciting opportunities to share your ideas for ways to make life easier for CU Boulder students.

Workshops include: 

  • Choosing your Technical Tool Kit with Dennis Chang, client partner, Toptal
  • Branding Fundamentals with Jon Leslie, associate vice chancellor for marketing and content strategy, CU Boulder
  • How to Pitch with Erick Mueller, director, Deming Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Real Life Innovation with Mark Landis

Just bring yourself and your laptop. Space is limited to 100 participants, and slots are filling quickly, so sign up today!