The John Carroll University ideaLab is an idea contest open to all undergraduate students in all majors. The ideaLab is in three parts:
Part One: The ideaLab workshop will be held on Monday afternoon, February 18th at 4:00 p.m. in the O’Dea Room in the Lombardo Student Center. At the workshop, you may try your idea out on judges who will critique it. A three minute “elevator pitch”, followed by the judges comments is the format. No need to have your presentation finalized, this is a test run to see what you need to do to be competitive in the next step.
Part Two: The next step is the John Carroll round of ideaLab.
To enter, you must send in your application by the close of business on Thursday, March 12th by 5:00 p.m. to Dr. Jackie Schmidt, Director of the Minor at Schmidt@jcu.edu. The following is the application: 2015 JCU ideaLab Competition Application
“Finalists” will be notified on Wednesday, March 18th by the Muldoon Center.
The judging of the John Carroll round will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 23rd in Rooms 202 / 203 of the Dolan Science Center. Judges will decide which idea is the best and the winning team will receive a prize of $1,000.
Part Three: The Finals of ideaLab
On Wednesday, April 3rd, the finals of ideaLab will be held at 4:00 p.m. at Ashland University. The John Carroll winner will present agaianst the 10 other shools of the Entrepreneurship Education Consortium (EEC). The first prize for the winning entry is $5,000.
This is a great contest, so bring your “A” game!
For additional details, contact: Mark Hauserman in the Muldoon Center at email@example.com.