FUEL provides coaching, mentoring, and funding for student and alumni entrepreneurs.
Housed in The Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, the FUEL program is a student-led accelerator that is unique on the North Shore of Boston. Members of FUEL think of themselves as technologists, scientists, designers, and business people who just happen to be students.
The vision of the program is to build a vibrant and robust ecosystem of the resources necessary to launch and accelerate a successful startup for students, alumni, or friends of the Endicott community. The FUEL program provides enterprising members with a peer coach, professional business mentor, financial advisors, and business plan coaches. Several student-owned businesses are then selected to compete for investment money in Endicott's annual Spark Tank business pitch competition.
Spark Tank Winners
Student Businesses That Have Won Spark Tank
These student businesses all began with an idea. From there, the idea evolved into something tangible. With support from the Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, each student made his or her idea a reality. The net result? These top business ideas all received seed funding from the Center!
Want to Get Involved with the Center?
Content: If you are a student or a recent graduate of Endicott, the Angle Center stands ready to help you launch your startup. Every big idea starts with one small step. That step can be as easy as sending an email or making a phone call to us!