We are a startup incubator located at the City College of New York offering co-working space and an array of resources including: annual competitions, a startup bootcamp, mentorship and pro-bono services, networking opportunities, and rapid prototyping facilities.
AN APPLIED EDUCATION
We inspire CCNY students to approach their education as changemakers, transforming classroom learning into real-world application. Each semester we partner with various academic departments to create curricula to cultivate the entrepreneurial mindset. We also pair students with startups and other companies in the NYC area through our robust internship program.
A COMMUNITY OF CHANGEMAKERS
We invite all entrepreneurial thinkers to join our diverse community by attending our public events. We host prominent entrepreneurs, investors and other innovators to City College’s campus, we host hackathons, workshops and other programs throughout the year. We also encourage students to join one of our startup teams or become a part of the Center through the Entrepreneurship Student Club.
Experienced across sectors, Lindsay is passionate about building an organization that effectively and efficiently disrupts the status quo.
Devin has been working in the Interactive world for 14 years helping businesses leverage the power of mobile, social and big data solutions. He's thrilled to share his knowledge with our startups.
As an intrapreneur, Kesia developed and launched innovative businesses within several organizations. She is building a movement for women founders at CCNY.
Anna is a student advocate with over 12 years of experience in higher education which includes a background in admissions. She connects students with invaluable internships in the NYC area.
Steven is a passionate individual experienced in operations, the arts, and community involvement. He keeps the lights on and the energy level high.
Aulio is a mechanical engineer and CCNY alum with a passion for helping others build stuff that works.
Andy is an experienced and creative development professional who builds long-term partnerships to benefit a wide variety of causes.
Katherine is a dynamic communicator with a passion for sharing ideas. She’s excited about spreading a culture of disruptive innovation.
At the City College Fund, Elena maintains vital relationships with alumni, and offers the scholarships and programs that make CCNY great.
Joe, a professor of Electrical Engineering and former Dean of Engineering, is a key mentor to our student entrepreneurs. He integrates entrepreneurship into CCNY’s curriculum.
Karin brings more than 10 years nonprofit development experience to CCNY. She specializes in building lasting relationships with donors.
Marom Bikson is the Cattell Professor of Biomedical Engineering and director of the Neural Engineering and Medical Device Design lab at CCNY. He is an accomplished scientist and inventor with 40 patent applications, and advisor to the Kaylie Prize.