Participate in Startup@Brown 2016

Event Details for Participating Companies

Dear potential sponsor,

Brown CS is one of the nation's top computer science programs, and is well known for its talented, creative, and diverse students. This fall, we’re back with the second Startup@Brown, a day-long event aimed at connecting top students with amazing startups.

Our mission is simple:

Give startups effective access to recruiting top talent and inspire students about startup culture.

Summary

  • 18
    Startups
  • 300+
    Students
  • 1
    Day

October 1, 2016 · Brown University, Providence, RI

We’ll kick-off with a keynote followed by an open fair. Get ready for talks by venture-backed founders, workshops by engineering leaders and small-group discussions with students.

Why Participate?

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    Meet amazing students.

    Connect in-person with talented CS and design students from Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design.

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    300+ Student Profiles

    Get extensive student profiles including resumes and portfolios.

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    Discount towards tech fair and hackathon

    If participating in both Startup@Brown and the tech fair, you get $200 off the combined participation fee. In addition, you get 25% off the startup tier at Hack@Brown, our annual spring hackathon.

Requirements

Participating in Startup@Brown is simple.

Expect to send at least 2 company representatives for the duration of the event, ideally one serving a leadership role, such as a co-founder or engineering lead. Recruiters, engineers, and designers are also welcome.

Participation involves a sponsorship of $400. If also participating in the tech fair on Sept. 28 or 29, you will receive $200 off the combined fee. Participation includes a 25% discount in the startup tier at Hack@Brown.

Join Us

Come join us to meet great talent, share your stories, and inspire students to get involved with startups.

Interested in participating or have more questions?

You'll reach Valentin Perez, lead organizer.