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Terp Startup is a summer accelerator program that helps student entrepreneurs make progress on their startup for eight weeks in the summer in lieu of an internship. At the end of the summer program, students should have: made substantial progress on their product of service; secured or increased initial customers and partners; have the ability to make the "go/no-go" decision based on metrics and market indicators. We accept about 10 student startups into each cohort. Those selected for Terp Startup will receive:A cash stipend up to $5,000.Ongoing advising with an assigned board of venture mentors.Access to exclusive workshops, a co-working space and other useful resources.Initial investment: A cash stipend up to $5,000.
University-affiliated, Student-Focused, Education/Workshops
The Dingman Center is one of the nation’s pre-eminent institutions where the research, education and practice of entrepreneurship are pursued vigorously. We develop and execute curricular and non-curricular programs that uniquely leverage Smith School thought leadership, experiential learning and our network of practitioners to provide maximum resources to our startup community.Every initiative is designed to support the Center’s mission within the Robert H. Smith School of Business:We equip the next generation to launch and support ventures that advance industry and society;We connect the University of Maryland to the innovation economy; andWe leverage thought leadership and our network to make entrepreneurs of all kinds more successful.
Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship
The University of Maryland, College Park is a public research university in College Park, Maryland. Founded in 1856, UMD is the flagship institution of the University System of Maryland