The Entrepreneurship Club is the flagship student entrepreneurship club on campus.
The BYU Private Equity and Venture Capital Club (PE&VC Club) provides students with both a broad understanding and specialized focus of buy-side opportunities.
The Tech Club exists to assist BYU students of all majors land jobs at top technology companies creating awareness about existing opportunities, and preparing students to make an impact in those roles.
The Engineers in Business Club provides a centralized organization where business-minded engineers can meet business students and like-minded peers from the various engineering departments
We exist to help students design digital or physical products that are useful, easy to use, and delightful to interact with.
We're here to help each other become better developers, teach each other about new and interesting technology, and provide an engaging space for everyone to code.
The mission of the Product Management Association is to promote the field of product management and prepare students for a successful career in product management.
MBA Tech Society students from all disciplines build lasting relationships with each other, explore the diverse careers within the high tech industry, are exposed to opportunities for internships and full-time employment, and learn about the dynamic tech landscape.
The go to place on campus for student entrepreneurs at BYU. The Rollins Center creates a supportive, nurturing environment for all Brigham Young University students interested in starting and growing businesses.
An academic center that interacts with students, faculty, and practitioners to search for pattern-breaking social impact.
This is a student-based, clinical program aimed to provide innovators and entrepreneurs with legal services. Under the supervision of clinical faculty and staff, law students work together to represent startups, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations
BYU’s product development accelerator that turns students' ideas into prototypes, products, and someday even businesses.
This center assists the U’s faculty inventors in bringing their innovations to market by spearheading all aspects of invention management, patent prosecution, licensing, startup formation and support, equity management and early-stage funding.
Room capacity of 49 people with moveable tables, chairs, and projector. Great place for brainstorming the future of your next business.
Student venture fund sponsored by Kickstart Fund invests entirely in student-run companies in Utah. Check size is about $10-20K with over $480K deployed to date in 30 university-based startups.
Second-year MBA students run this venture fund at BYU’s Marriott School. Forbes magazine recently designated Cougar Capital as one of the most innovative business classes in America.
Contrary is a venture fund that identifies the world’s top early-career engineers, designers, and product minds, and invests in companies they start or join. Investing up to $500K and leading on most deals. Backed by the founders of Facebook, Tesla, and Reddit.
As the largest student-run fund in the country they provide growth capital to entrepreneurs taking their business to the next level
An impact investing firm that addresses the world’s social and environmental problems by making investments that focus on innovative, sustainable, and scalable impact solutions
The Wolverine Fund is a student-run venture capital group that provides a hands-on, engaged learning experience in investing.
They help student entrepreneurs creating socially-minded businesses receive up to $18K in funding through idea validation, product development, and business model transformation
Yearlong opportunity for 30 students in teams of 6 (CS, EE, Business, Industrial Design, MechE, and one other major) to learn principles of innovation and create a business. $2K in scholarship and $8K in angel funding is provided.
Students will learn how PE and VC markets function and how PE and VC companies source their deals. Exposure to examples of real-life transactions executed by PE and VC firms.
The premier innovation competition hosted by the College of Engineering they provide $50K in funding based on innovation, impact, and engineering.
BYU’s premier student entrepreneurship competition. Top six teams are entered into the semi-finals of Utah Student 25 where they will compete for up to $20K in prizes.
Includes three phases including the Big Idea Pitch, Business Model Competition, and New Venture Challenge
The competition allows you to pitch your idea to a panel of judges. Top 30 ideas receive a change to win part of $10K to continue validating your “Big Idea.”
You have a business idea and now you create a business model based on your tested and validated idea. Teams compete for up to $20K in prizes.
Up to 15 teams have the chance to receive $15K each and automatic entry into the Founders Launchpad where they receive exclusive training, a successful entrepreneurial mentor, and free office space for the summer.
Jointly hosted by BYU, Harvard, and Stanford the competition is focused on inputs of the entrepreneurial process.
Teams of 4 create an app (iOS, Android, Web app, or Virtual assistant) and compete for up to $15K in prizes.
Weekly trainings and dinners, assigned mentors, and free office space available from May-August.
The Utah Student 25 awards program recognizes the top student-founded businesses in Utah, encouraging growth and interaction with Utah’s renowned entrepreneurial community.
BYU Startup Career Fair is a singular opportunity for BYU’s talented students to connect with Utah startup companies in a unique and targeted career fair.
Created to be the voice, hub, and heart of Utah’s startup and tech community. They host 200 events annually and reach 250K people on a monthly basis. The premier event put on by them is the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit which is the largest and most prominent tech event in Utah.
We are an ambitious group developing our skills and knowledge for finance. Together we prepare for internships and careers while building a network of fellow students and professionals that will last an entire lifetime.
The Entrepreneur Club provides students with an opportunity to connect with like-minded students from across campus.
Becoming a Lassonde student leader is a great way to learn and practice your entrepreneurial skills. Opportunities include being a leader for networking programs, skills and mentorship programs, competitions and more.
Engineers can, and should, become leaders in the community. The University of Utah is one place to develop community and professional interests and leadership.
Nationally ranked hub for student innovation and entrepreneurship. Programs include networking events, pitch competition, startup funding, workshops, seminars, etc. All majors and University of Utah students welcomed.
A monthly milestone grants offered for startups with short-term projects needing funding. $500-$2,500 grants awarded to startups every month.
Taught by Seth Sunderland
3-course entrepreneurship program available to all majors to learn and explore the space.
9-month program dedicated to launching your company, supported by curriculum, mentoring, and funding.
Course credit and training offered while working on a startup. The Foundry is open to all students of any field of study.
Employees from 18 tech companies including Facebook, Adobe, and Galileo mingle with students to chat about careers, opportunities, and innovation in the industry.
Meet and mingle with University of Utah computer science alumni all working for dozens of top companies
Get connected with local professionals and meet one-on-one for mentoring or advising for your start up in areas including law, design, engineering, and business.
Statewide student business model competition with $100K in total prizes available. Grand prize is $40K.
Statewide student business model competition with local competitions at each university in Utah. Winners of local Opportunity Quest’s win prize money and advance to the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge.
7-month B2B program where start up teams identify unmet clinical needs and work to identify a medical technology solution. Teams have access to hundreds of physicians and healthcare professionals in the state of Utah. Top teams are awarded further support and milestone funding.
Student business model competition at the University of Utah. Top companies are given official office space at the Lassonde Institute and milestone funding, along with accounting, legal, engineering, etc.
Student business model competition for startups focused on mechanical engineering and robotics. Top teams are awarded grants, depending on need and grant company sponsor. (usually $500-$7,000)
Devmountain is an industry-leading coding and tech school nestled in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains. Founded by coders, our expert faculty loves sharing their crafts, and empowering the next wave of programers, designers, testers, and entrepreneurs
We are a software development school that hybridizes credibility from traditional education—through industry accreditation—and efficiency from boot camp models; effectively reverse engineering education for the evolving, high paced technology industry.
Their accelerated learning model provides an immersive experience for those looking to learn how to code and switch careers. Partnered with the University of Utah and University of Nevada Las Vegas, we are the learning community for tech.
Since 2011, General Assembly has transformed tens of thousands of careers through pioneering, experiential education in today’s most in-demand skills. You learn web development, data, design, business, and more with GA.
Lambda School provides first-rate development education that's free until you get a job. Rather than pay upfront, students pay a portion of their income after they're hired. Lambda students have been hired at Google, PillPack (an Amazon company), Uber, Clover, Nexient, Cognizant, and many others.
We are *the* technology skills platform. Our expert courses, skill assessments and one-of-a-kind analytics make it possible to align your organization around digital initiatives, upskill people into modern tech roles and build adaptable teams that deliver faster.
Taught by Kickstart team. Concepts and skills of entrepreneurship, emphasizing how new and emerging companies are financed. Applying functional tools to case situations.