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DePaul has a partnership with 1871, the largest incubator in North America, which is located in the Merchandise Mart in downtown Chicago. Students and faculty from every college across the university are welcome to apply for approval to reserve work space in the 1871 DePaul office or participate in their programs and events.
All DePaul students and faculty have access to our office space and programming at 2112. Check out the workshops and events that are available.
ISTC is a member-driven nonprofit organization that cultivates technology-based economic development throughout Illinois, offering mentorship programs and startup challenges for students and entrepreneurs. All DePaul students & faculty have access to their programming and events.
mHUB is an innovation center and maker space for physical product development and manufacturing. Members create breakthrough products in robotics, connected devices, sensors, energy tech, medical devices and other cutting-edge innovations. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org for membership details.
The annual event is a unique pitch session where startups pitch their greater purpose and how they plan to fulfill that purpose through their business objective.
The virtual Coleman Entrepreneurship Center Hackathon challenge gives graduate and undergraduate students opportunities to create solutions to real problems facing an entrepreneur. Selected winners are awarded with scholarship money.
Designed and delivered by successful women entrepreneurs, the institute's accelerator program at DePaul aims to prepare you to bring your business to market, or help you scale your existing business and enter new markets.
DePaul Net Impact is a chapter of Net Impact, a nonprofit membership organization for students and professionals interested in using business skills in support of various social and environmental causes. The chapter hosts events that provide students opportunities to examine, explore and articulate their desire for positive social impact.
CEO is the premier entrepreneurship network with chapters on university campuses across North America and beyond. CEO currently supports entrepreneurship in over 250 chapters in all 50 states and worldwide. The nonprofit hosts global conferences, competitions and events aimed at helping students discover opportunities through enterprise creation.
Throughout the year, the CEC hosts a series of workshops and events aimed at exposing you to Chicago's entrepreneurial ecosystem and helping you launch your business.
Open to all DePaul students alumni and community members, the Coleman Mentorship Program offers more than 50 mentors who can help take your business to the next level.
The Coleman Entrepreneurship Center has curated a list of external and university-wide resources that is constantly updated with the latest events, competitions, programs, incubators and more for small businesses and entrepreneurs.