enventure. the Guide (Alpha)

STEP 1

MGMT 633
why would anyone want to be a life science entrepreneur?

Everyone should take this class. It comes around each Spring. It's free. And you can get course credit for it. Great intro to Life Science Entrepreneurship.

STEP 2

Network
startups hire people they know

Small companies hire people they know. Don't expect someone to pick you out of a stack of resumes. Attend networking events and talks so that entrepreneurs know who you are. Startups hire one or two people a year, so make sure they know why they should take a risk on you.

STEP 3

Intern
show them what you can do

Be willing to work as an "intern" for a while to prove what you can do. Startups like to hire team members who can step into a project, identify gaps, and take charge.

we suggest applying to these fellowship programs to get experience

Our Enrich Fellowship team projects are hands-on experiences in business strategy. We partner with life science companies to analyze market opportunities, address critical challenges, and form regulatory strategy.

Work with early-stage life science companies as a Fannin Innovation Studio intern and gain practical experience in business development and commercialization.