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The WIN Mentoring Program gives promising early stage life science ventures world class advice and assistance through their most critical stages. 

In this milestone-focused program, entrepreneurs are matched with an all-star team of seasoned volunteer advisors.  Entrepreneurs receive professional advice from teams of professionals with deep and diverse expertise in commercialization and business execution.  

WIN is modeled after two successful programs: MIT Venture Mentoring Service and Chicago Innovation Mentors and was adapted to the unique needs of the Washington Life Science and Global Health community.

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Mentor and Program Statistics (February 2016):


Venture Entrepreneur Voices:

 


Logistics:



                                                 Overview of Program Mechanics

*Both mentors and mentees will be screened prior to acceptance into the program

 


Mentoring Benefits:

For Mentors:

For Ventures

· Interact with early stage companies in a way that allows for meaningful impact

· Formal access to feedback from a range of perspectives who are all supportive of the venture’s success

· Give back through a program that values contribution

· Targeted guidance from the program that drives progress towards success

· Network with other mentors

· Provides a “safe” environment in which to discuss and tackle real issues

· Receive formal mentor training

· Make invaluable connections to the mentor safe circle, to their connections and to the broader life science community via Life Science Washington


Want to learn more?
Please contact Yesenia Green at yesenia@lifesciencewa.org. Prospective mentees and mentors will initially be screened via Life Science Washington’s Commercialization Consulting Team. 


Funding for this program is provided by
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