Where can I find non-dilutive funding options for students?

Ali Afri, a product manager formerly associated with General Catalyst, has compiled this list of resources for students looking for money. Some are equity free or non-dilutive - others involve traditional equity-based convertible notes. Note that Trust Center does not maintain this list, nor do we endorse any of the funding sources - this link is provided for the convenience of student entrepreneurs only.

https://medium.com/c-u-startups/student-entrepreneur-looking-for-money-9cd7f6d0824d#.52296o93q

MIT students looking for MIT-specific options may find them here.

https://entrepreneurship.mit.edu/ecosystem-competitions-programs

Finally MIT students may be eligible for the new Sandbox fund that is run by the engineering school.

https://sandbox.mit.edu/

 

 

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