WashULaw Offering InSITE Fellowships to Promote Entrepreneurship

Washington University in St. Louis has joined a handful of elite schools in offering prestigious InSITE Fellowships to promote entrepreneurialism. The two-year mentorship program partners some of the best graduate students in the country with some of the brightest minds in the startup community.

Join a select group of Washington University graduate students in law, business, engineering, computer science, and design for this innovative leadership development fellowship. Work with peers and mentors who are committed to strengthening the St. Louis startup community.

TESTIMONAL

InSITE offers a fabulous proposition – smart people applying their energy and time to problems that are deep, strategic and meaningful. It’s a mutual win-win – for the students in the projects and the companies/startups that get their analysis.
– Amit Kothari, Tallyfy CEO
Tallyfy is a workflow app for customer onboarding processes

Each semester, as an InSITE fellow you will:

Work on interdisciplinary teams to offer free consulting services for fast-paced, hands-on, and high-impact projects.

Partner with three local startups advising on product development, consumer research, pricing strategy, and more.

Connect with an impressive network of entrepreneurs and venture capitalists at national conferences.

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Apply for leadership positions to lead the InSITE group and source projects for your cohort in year two of the program.

For more information, visit InSITE’s webpage or contact:

David Allston, Chapter President
davidallston@wustl.edu

Kadeem Ricketts, VP of Operations
kricketts@wustl.edu

Kelsey McIntosh – AVP of Recruiting
kelseymcintosh@wustl.edu

At Washington University, the fellowship is offered in conjunction with the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Other InSITE partner schools are the University of California-Berkeley, Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, University of Pennsylvania, and Stanford.