The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington DC & Baltimore plans three-way interactive events between startup company CEOs in technology, investor/experts and an audience of like minded members of the community in the Greater Washington DC, Baltimore and Bethesda/Rockville Maryland areas.
On April 26th, MITEF hosted a unique event: "Edupreneurship: Entrepreneurship in Education" at the NRECA Conference Center in Ballston, VA. The event was a huge success. A packed crowd of 90 attended the event, confirming both the growing interest in innovation in the education sector, and the strong network and resources in the Washington, DC region.
ARE RECRUITING for the following volunteer positions & WE WILL
WRITE RECOMMENDATIONS for those who need and merit them at the end of
the year. The duties will be described and co-created with those who
are interested. Anyone who fills these positions will be expected to
attend the monthly meeting in the Washington, DC area:
All Volunteers must become members ($100.00 annual fee)
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington DC and Baltimore (MITEF) serves its community of technology entrepreneurs by providing a series of monthly practical training, mentoring and educational programs throughout the year. Most of the events take place in front of an audience and allow both the presenting companies and the attendees to learn new ways of thinking about their businesses and the practical ways that they can overcome the obstacles they face on their way to success.
Open to all since 1981, the Enterprise Forum® has promoted the growth, education, and success of the entrepreneur and business community of the greater Washington & Baltimore area.
A non-profit, volunteer organization, it provides exceptional quality events that are open to the public. Its many programs are targeted to local start-ups, high technology businesses, venture capitalists, angels, and the professionals who support them.