The CSL Project Course pairs teams of graduate students with companies looking to be more entrepreneurial.
Have an idea you want to explore? Don’t have the time or resources to fully examine it, but think it could be transformative for your company? Join a cohort of peer companies and work with Carnegie Mellon University graduate students to investigate what’s possible over the course of a semester.
The Corporate Startup Lab looks for interdisciplinary graduate students at CMU to work as paid CVC / Innovation Associates for one of the following companies: Optum (of UnitedHealth Group), Bosch, or numo (of PNC). Fellows are placed in teams of two for the course of the semester, working closely with corporate sponsors on a weekly basis.
Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum
Hosted annually, our Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum brings together the brightest and most exciting minds in the field of corporate innovation. Uniquely themed each year, the Forum strives to address expanding trends in topics such as healthcare, artificial intelligence, Fintech, and more.
Fifth Annual Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum Artificial Intelligence for Applied Innovation (November 2 2023!)
Fourth Annual Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum Technology for Innovation's Sake
Third Annual Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum Scaling the Future for 2021 and Beyond
Second Annual Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum Reimaginging your Business in 2020
CSL Case Competition
We are continuing to grow our tools and resources to support corporate entrepreneurs. We'd love to hear feedback if you try them.