For startup founders, startup workers and those who aspire to be either
If you have an offering for founders or tech worker please email marcos@ bettermousetrap.nyc with the details so I can post it here and in my newsletter.
You’ve arrived! Here’s where you’ll find funding and other opportunities for both founders and tech workers.
Halo Incubator provides female founders with the tools, programming, mentorship and fundraising support to get their startups to the next level. Applications are currently open for Winter 2020 cohort beginning in February, apply here! The 2-month program takes place in person in NYC and several virtual attendees will be accepted into the program.
The USA EdTech Accelerator, deadline open. A three-month, equity-free, bi-coastal program for international companies that includes: mentoring, co-working and discounted co-living spaces, USA entry-specific resources, including immigration/visa support, US tax law, US school system structure and overview and more. Access to the StartEd Network, the most powerful education network in the world. Apply here
Podfund $25k – $50k to support emerging podcast creators Learn more and apply
Morgan Stanley’s accelerator for women and multicultural led tech startups is now accepting applications for their next cohort. The Lab is a 6-month program offering office space at Morgan Stanley headquarters, a cash contribution, and curated content and connections. More info or Apply by January 3
The Runway Startup Postdoc Program is part business school, part research institution, and part startup incubator. Based at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Runway ushers recent PhDs in digital technology fields through a paradigm shift — from an academic mindset to an entrepreneurial outlook. The program runs from 12–24 months and incorporates academic, business mentorship, a package valued at $175,000 in the first year and $102,000 in the second year. This includes a salary, research budget, housing allowance, space and more. Apply by Feb 15th
Looking to brush up on some digital skills or learn something new? Google is offering free workshops via their Grow with Google program. Check out the offerings and then get over to Google’s headquarters!
Here’s a good list of Series A funders who fund women founded business.