2015 SEAL Class kicks off on June 9!
Student Entrepreneur Acceleration and Launch (SEAL) is The University of Texas at Austin’s selective 12-week summer program designed to help student teams tackle the most difficult, deal-killing questions of their new ventures.
There are currently over 150 ventures at The University of Texas at Austin. Through SEAL, ATI invites 9 of these teams into an intensive, mentor-driven program designed to accelerate the ventures and drive a go/no-go decision from the student founders. Over the past seven years of the program, 100 students have participated by taking over 50 ventures through the SEAL program. Two-thirds of SEAL graduates successfully raised capital or bootstrapped the company to market. Previous SEAL teams include: Ordoro, M87, Lynx Labs, AdBm Technologies, Beyonic Technologies, Favor, Accordion Health, and more.
Interested in Becoming a Mentor?
Mentorship is a fundamental part of our mission. We’re looking for seasoned entrepreneurs, industry experts, investors, and community organizers to help foster the potential of these young ventures. If you or someone in your network is interested in getting involved, we’d love to hear from you.
The SEAL program is designed to aid entrepreneurs in shaping young ventures and better understanding their target customers. Our network of advisors work with SEAL companies to transform promising ideas into salient businesses. If you want to learn more, get in touch..
2015 SEAL Class
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