Funding & Grant Opportunities

Here are some of the current funding and grant opportunities for Mines students. 

Technology & National Security Fellowship Application

Important Dates

NOV 2020 – JANUARY 2021: Customer Recruitment

01 MAR – 15 APR 2021: TNSF Participant Recruitment

APR – MAY 2021: Interviews and Matching

SEP 2021: Program Launch

AUG 2022: FY21 TNSF Cohort Ends

This is an opportunity for technologists and entrepreneurs to serve their country by embedding with key decision makers at the top levels of the U.S. Government to provide advice and emerging expertise for issues at the critical intersection of national security and technology.

The NSIN Technology and National Security Fellowship places recent college graduates with STEM degrees as fellows within the Department of Defense or the U.S. Congress. Questions may be directed to tnsf@nsin.us.

Venturewell opportunities

OPEN 2021 

OPEN 2021 offers a dynamic virtualized conference experience featuring three days of immersive sessions, ample networking opportunities, and special events like the OPENMinds Showcase, Sustainability Award presentation, powerful speakers, and a poster session that will allow attendees to come together to share and learn more about the field-building work taking place in our I&E community.

E Team Grant Opportunities for Students

The E-Team program supports dedicated science- and engineering-based student teams from across the nation in bringing their high-impact innovation out of the lab and into the market. Every year, we award over $700,000 in non-dilutive E-Team grants to these early-stage student science and tech startups who are on the path to launching innovations with a social, health, or environmental impact. In the past two decades, VentureWell has provided over $8M in grants to more than 550 entrepreneurial teams. Our 180+ alumni ventures have received over $122M in follow-on funding since taking part in the E-Team program. 

H4D Post-Course Options

 

The mission of NSIN is to build networks of innovators to generate new solutions to national security problems. You are now a part of this network. The impact of the solutions that you generated will resonate in the day-to-day lives of the end users that you engaged with over the past semester. These below pathways can help you and your team further develop that impact and continue your work in support of your DoD problem sponsor. Please reach out to contact@h4d.us if you have any questions.

 

Apply to CGI U

The application deadline for CGI U 2021 is Friday, January 29 at 11:59pm ET.

The Clinton Global Initiative University is looking for higher education student leaders who are committed to take action in their community to address a pressing challenge. We are looking for undergraduate and graduate students across the world who are motivated to make a positive change in the areas of education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty alleviation, and public health. Students accepted into CGI U will participate in a year-round program that includes access to: high-touch mentorship; a social impact curriculum; funding streams; and student engagement events, including the CGI U 2021 virtual annual meeting hosted by Howard University.

Additional programming will also be offered to students through partnerships with the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, with a focus on civic issues and fiscal sustainability; IBM to help students develop app-based projects that address COVID-19 and climate change through Call for Code; and Verizon to help students develop innovative technology solutions to pressing domestic issues, with the opportunity to win a spot in an accelerator program and pitch for seed funding.

 

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