Spring Break To Do List for Babson Entrepreneurs
Are you headed for the sun, slopes, or a staycation this spring break? Whether you’re resting up or jetting off, here are four must do’s for Babson entrepreneurs to make your break count.
Register for the Founders Summit
The Founders Summit on Thursday, April 11 is a new event for Babson founders and builders of all kinds of companies. You’ll connect and network with successful alumni founders and student entrepreneurs, learn from experts in lightning talk sessions, and be inspired by serial entrepreneur Tim DeMello ’81 P’18, who will keynote.
Book your time with our Entrepreneurs in Residence
First, read up on our EIRs, software entrepreneurs Derek Schoettle MBA’03 and John Landry ’69 MP’08 and Hello Products founder Craig Dubitsky. You’ll want to know your stuff – After spring break, they will be on campus to meet with you in office hours and to host special speaker series.
Book your spot with Craig:
Book your spot with Derek:
Register for John’s Tech Thursdays speaker series – Lunch will be served:
- Understanding Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Thursday, March 28
- Innovating and Productizing in Your Tech-Centric Business, Thursday, April 4
- Show Me the Money!, Thursday, April 18
*Office hours spots are available for Butler Launch Pad participants.*
Finish Your Summer Venture Program Application
Spring break is a great time to push your Summer Venture Program application over the finish line. Antonette Ho, Associate Director of Entrepreneur Programs at the Blank Center, recommends taking your time and thinking through how to bring your business to life in your application: “Get us excited about you and your venture! The process is competitive, so the selection committee is reading lots of applications. Try to make yours stand out!”
Listen to Babson Built
Got a long flight or a layover? Listen to Blank Center’s Babson Built podcast and hear stories from Babson founders. This season includes interviews with Ravish Majithia MBA‘18, founder of Magnomer, Anup Gosavi MBA’13, co-founder of Spext, and Emily Levy ‘16, CEO and co-founder of Mighty Well, with more episodes to come.