3 Day Startup Cornell
3 Day Startup delivers intensive, hands-on entrepreneurship education programs to students at colleges and university campuses across the globe. For three days, a 3 Day Startup trained facilitator will come to your campus and guide approximately 40 cross-disciplinary students through modules that will take them from ideation and team formation to pitching developed ventures on the third day. Our model drives collaboration, creativity, and transformative change over the course of the weekend. By the end, students will have the skills they need to form teams, effectively conduct customer discovery, and develop viable, scalable ventures.
We are thankful to be supported in part by the Student Activities Funding Commission.
Apply to be a participant in Cornell’s 7th annual 3 Day Startup event; you won’t regret it.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Software Engineer
- Business (Finance, Marketing, Biz Dev)
- Graphic Design (Web, Print)
- Advertising, PR
- Other: Wildcards, Raw Passion
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3 Common Misconceptions About 3 Day Startup
1 You need to have a team in order to apply. Teams are formed at the event.
2 You need to have an idea going into the event. It’s okay to not come up with ideas. We will have brainstorming sessions and pitch-offs to come up with ideas that will be voted on and worked on for the weekend.
3 The focus of 3DS is creating a business plan. The focus of 3DS goes beyond a business plan, it entails producing a product/prototype over the weekend.
3DS Cornell 2017 Recap
3 Day Startup Cornell 2017 was held on November 3-5th in Gates Hall. After a fun brainstorming session and many ideas pitched by some very creative individuals, 4 ideas were chosen for the weekend. Teams worked very hard throughout the 3 days on customer discovery, business plan generation, prototype development, and their final pitches. Professional mentors from technology, law, business companies and student mentors who participated at previous years supported the participants during this process. The 4 startups went through amazing changes throughout the weekend, from initial ideas to working prototypes and elegant pitches:
Holler is your local shoutout application that provides social media marketing solutions for small businesses. Holler aims to unite small businesses with customers in a low-cost way through social media and by providing incentives for the small business customer.
Team: Donnie Hampton, Ben Stamm, Dhruv Baijal, Ben Liu, Aman Gupta, Zhuohan Zhu, Shruti Juneja, Bryan Scanapieco, Brendon Piccinni,
Emaad Alvi, Aram Baghdassarian
Knitwork is the go-to career guidance network that helps you discover a career path, embark on a career journey, and connect you with journey advisors. For those who want help in discovering and achieving their career goals, Knitwork is your go-to.
Team: Earl Allen Roach III, Kyra Conroy, Larissa Catellano Pucci, Eshan Dalela, Darren Liu
Greenify is the convenient way to go green. It is a mobile application that is able to prompt users to make the eco-friendly choice as it arises by tracking the individual’s and the community’s impact in terms of carbon footprint and energy savings.
Team: Katherine Nguyen, Samuel Royce, Pippa Thomas, Will Long, Alexa Bren, Julie Jenson
Servus is a student peer-to-peer marketplace that provides a scheduling and payments platform where students provide the service. Small towns lack supply and Servus’ solution is to fill the labor gap with students.
Team: Darren Tsai, Christina Pedro, Richard Yoon, Grace Tan, Derek Yan, Kevin Ngo, Jenna Winocur, Josh Londin
“Entrepreneurship is living a few years of your life like most people won’t so you can spend the rest of your life like most people can’t.”