Happy Martin Luther King Day! We have a relatively light week ahead in terms of events, but a couple other items to take note of while the semester still feels light.
This Week in Entrepreneurship
Silicon Flatirons Presents “Crash Course: Angel Terms Sheets Gotchas”
Come learn the dos and don’ts about early stage investing with Elizabeth Kraus, John Ives, Noah Pittard and Brad Bearnthal.
When: Tuesday, January 22 | 5:45 pm
Where: Wolf Law Room 301 | CU Boulder Campus
More info & RSVP: http://www.siliconflatirons.com/events.php?id=1243
Next Week …
The GEA Presents “Design Workshop For Beginners”
Dave Underwood, from CU’s office of OIT, leads an hour long workshop about the fundamentals of design.
When: Thursday, January 31 | 6 pm
Where: Koelbel Business Building, Room 308 | CU Boulder Campus
The GEA Entrepreneurial Trek
If you are interested in joining the GEA for a tour of some of New York City’s most exciting companies over spring break, apply to get some of it paid for! GEA has the funding to cover most of the hotel costs of up to 8 students. Learn more on the GEA mainpage or by contacting Scott Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, if you contact Scott first and haven’t read any of the information already presented to you, he will be angry. And angry Scott looks like this:
Applications are due to Scott by February 1st. Good luck, and have a great week!