The Founder Institute, the world's largest startup accelerator, is now accepting applications for the New York Winter Semester. Since launching in New York in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 50 companies and excited to launch many more.
If you could benefit from expert training and advice to launch a technology startup in New York, click here to apply today. The program is open to existing and prospective technology founders of all kinds – with or without an idea, young or old, and with a full-time job or unemployed. Those who apply by the Early Application Deadline (2015-03-29) will have their application fees waived (typically $50) and are eligible for Founder Institute Fellowships.
The Founder Institute is an early-stage startup accelerator and global launch network that, in just 5 years of operation, has helped launch over 1,563 companies across 92 cities and six continents. Through our part-time four month program, existing and prospective founders can launch their dream company with expert training, feedback, and support from experienced startup CEOs - while not being required to quit their day job. Our unique Graduate Liquidity Pool also enables graduates and mentors to share in the equity upside of each class, creating strong teamwork-based startup ecosystems where great companies can flourish. We call it "Globalizing Silicon Valley."
If you would like to learn more, then join a free event we will be hosting in the coming weeks.
- Startup Pitch Bootcamp
2015-04-02, 06:30 PM
- Founder Institute Information Session
2015-04-08, 06:30 PM
The New York Chapter will take place on Tuesday evenings starting 2015-04-28, and will be led by local leaders, Gabe Zichermann and Justin Sheratt. During these four months, founders will learn how to evaluate their market, build a team, raise capital, and finally, launch a technology startup. Click here to see the full curriculum and start your journey with us today.
The program is open to existing and prospective technology founders of all kinds - with or without an idea, young or old, and with a full-time job or unemployed.