The Peer Entrepreneur-In-Residence (PEIR) program is a critical part of the Nelson Center’s Venture Support resources. In it, students serve as mentors and additional resources for their fellow students. Whether exploring an unmet need, designing a value proposition, or developing a sustainability model, PEIRs work with founders to clarify and sharpen their ideas. Many PEIRs, through their own ventures or through internships and other experiences, have knowledge of particular sectors and can help refer students to additional resources. Learn more about this year’s cohort here and more about the program here.
Nominate yourself or a peer by May 6, 2021.