Resources

We've put together some resources that will help you win this competition:

GW Facts & Figures

Gather some basic knowledge about how GW operates. Use this information to guide you through the idea inception process.

Literature

How do you think of an innovative idea? Read up on some literature about innovation and entrepreneurship to help you through the creative process.

Mentors

They'll be a tremendous resource to you as you develop your business plan. Learn more about their role on your team.

Campus Resources

We've partnered with various university offices to get the help you need through the process including the Office of Entrepreneurship, the Writing Cetner, and your very own faculty and staff. Take a look at the resources available to you.

Other ITF Initiatives

More than thirty initiatives have been or will be implemented through ITF. Knowing about the different intiatives will help you throughout the competition process. Read through some of the initiatives that have already been developed to give you a better sense of what makes them stand out.

Sample Idea Overview Statement

We've put together a sample Idea Overview Statement for you. Take a look at the document to get a better sense of what the ITF Scholarship Competition Committee is looking for you to explain. The paper discusses a previous ITF Initative called Strategic Sourcing.

Idea Review

The Innovation Task Force Scholarship Competition Committee is willing to review idea overview statements prior to the submission deadline. E-mail itfscholar@gwu.edu with your Idea Overview Statement by October 11th at 5PM and the committee will return feedback to you within 5 business days. Start developing your idea early on to take advantage of this resource!

Virtual Info Session

Missed the info sessions? Watch this video to learn more about the Scholarship Competition and how you can participate.

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