(Un)Tapped Potential: The Future of the University and Entrepreneurship
(Un)Tapped Potential is an event for curious graduate students, postdocs, and faculty at UC Berkeley to connect with entrepreneurial ecosystems in Berkeley and the broader Bay Area.

Please complete the application below for consideration to attend (Un)tapped Potential.

When: Thursday, April 19, 2018; 1-5pm
Where: Berkeley Skydeck. 2150 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704. Penthouse floor.

We are committed to creating a space for people from a range of disciplines and backgrounds to discuss the future of the university and entrepreneurship. We invite people who never considered entrepreneurship as a career to explore entrepreneurship as a mindset for applying research, building community, and creating social benefit. We will review applications and invite participants from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines.

Read our preamble to learn more about how our event builds on existing UC Berkeley campus efforts:
http://bit.ly/untappedpre
Contact us tappedpotential@gmail.com

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What university department are you affiliated with? (or write N/A)
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Three words you associate with "entrepreneurship."
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Three words other people might associate with "entrepreneurship."
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If you are a VC, Non-Profit, or Student Group, are you interested in tabling during the networking session 4-5pm?
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Will you be needing special accommodations? For special accommodations, please try to make your service request with as much advance notice as possible. Requests can be made by contacting Campus Access Services at access@berkeley.edu, who will send you a confirmation of your request shortly after you submit it, and contact you again when your accommodation arrangements have been set up. SERVICES PROVIDED: Sign Language Interpreting and Computer Assisted Realtime Captions (CART) (from https://access.berkeley.edu/overview )
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