The Northeastern Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative
Join our network! The Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative seeks to empower and inspire the next generation of female founders by leveraging Northeastern’s community to create better access to resources, capital, and connections. Any aspiring female innovator or entrepreneur, anywhere in the world, at any stage—full-fledged ventures, passion projects, side hustles, or crazy ideas—are all welcome. The initiative organizes thought leadership events, mentor programs, community building activities, education opportunities and, coming soon, a newsletter. Also you can follow Women who Empower on Instagram and alumnae have created a Facebook page called "Exceptional women of Northeastern."
Affiliation with Northeastern
Current Undergraduate Student
Current Graduate Student
Faculty / Staff
If alumnus/alumna, which year did you graduate?
Why are you interested joining the Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative network (check as many as apply)
Mentorship to help grow my business
I would like to mentor seniors or young alumnae
Meeting other like-minded female founders in my city and around the globe
Promotion of my business throughout the Northeastern network
Help finding financing for my venture
Exploring an idea that I have
Looking to join a start-up
Finding a co-op for my start-up
Investing in female founders
Help finding a co-founder
Engage with Northeastern's educational opportunities
Be part of a fabulous community
Have you joined any of Northeastern's entrepreneurial programs already? If so, please indicate which ones
The Women's Interdisciplinary Society for Entrepreneurship (WISE) - student led
The Husky Start-Up Challenge
The Center for Research Innovation (CRI)
IDEA, the student-run accelerator
Health Sciences Entrepreneurs
Venture Mentor Network
Women who Empower
In which city do you live?
If other, please tell us where you live.
If you have a business already, please list the website
Send me a copy of my responses.
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