In this episode, Ihklaq Sidhu, PhD and Mike Grandinetti share information about “Global Venture Catalyst”, a new hands-on, entrepreneurial education initiative they’re launching to provide 500 engineers, technical students, and business school students around the world a transformative experience to work in diverse teams to develop new hight-impact projects.
Today’s topics include:
Details about the Global Venture Catalyst, such as what participants can expect to experience or achieve
What Ikhlaq’s and Mike’s goals are in creating this innovative program and what would make it successful
Why they decided to create this offering
What makes it different from other programs out there
How students can apply and where should they go for additional information
The themes of Ihklaq’s book, “Innovation Engineering”, and what he was hoping to accomplish by writing it
How Ihklaq and Mike see the pandemic shaping engineering and entrepreneurship going forward, even after normal activities resume
UPDATE: The Global Venture Catalyst program continues to gain momentum!
There is no cost to current students to participate in the GVC program. Selection based only on merit.
GVC participants will work in global, based on AI-optimized matching, to build friendships, expand professional networks + future career opportunities
Here’s a link to an overview of the GVC program, and more detailed information will be released in the coming weeks: