The Identity Project, Storybook, and Humble Grounds Roasting Company were the winners of the 2016 LaunchU venture accelerator and pitch competition.
LaunchU, a venture incubator for Oberlin College student and alumni entrepreneurs, has selected three winners in its annual pitch competition.
Kenyan international student and entrepreneur Sophie Umazi Mvurya ’16 has earned a place in the Stanford Africa MBA Fellowship Program.
Ty Diringer ’14 has been named a Venture for America (VFA) Fellow, a two-year program that trains recent college graduates and matches them with startup companies in fast-growing cities.
Student and alumni startups compete for $50K in 2015 LaunchU pitch competition.
Oberlin’s venture accelerator takes aim at current students, alumni, and the Oberlin community.
Already at the forefront of teaching the fundamentals of personal finance, Oberlin is a co-investigator in a national survey of undergraduates’ financial well-being.
The two-year grant will provide vital support for entrepreneurship programming.
Now celebrating its tenth year in operation, Lucid Design, a resource monitoring company, reflects back on its roots in student-professor collaboration at Oberlin.
Robert Palacios '14 has been recruited by Venture for America to help grow a startup company based in Cleveland.
As a Venture for America Fellow, May graduate Matthew Fish looks forward to rebuilding his hometown, Detroit.
Gardening was once a common practice in Harlan County, Kentucky. With a $15,000 grant, Hilary Neff plans to reestablish it—and teach about science and nature, too.