Little Joe Ventures x LA 2023

Carly Kramer

After a three year hiatus, The Garage’s Little Joe Ventures (LJV) program returned to sunny Los Angeles for a weekend of entrepreneurial enlightenment. The LJV program offers a select group […]

Join The Sardine Bar Online Community

The Garage

Being a Northwestern student interested in entrepreneurship in the bustling city of Chicago is like sailing in a sea of opportunity, but often with no lighthouse to guide you. Where […]

Activate and Propel Applications for Winter 2021 Open

The Garage

At The Garage, we firmly believe that entrepreneurship and the opportunity to experiment with new ideas is for everyone, regardless of background, gender, race, or ethnicity. To bring us closer […]

Propel 2019

Julianna Merchant

A recent study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Notre Dame found that women who maintain a close inner circle of other female friends are more […]

The Garage Goes to LA: LJV Field Trip Recap

The Garage

As a snowstorm headed to campus on the eve of the Martin Luther King Day weekend, a crew from The Garage traveled to sunny Los Angeles for a weekend of […]

ThinkChicago + Lollapalooza 2018

Matthew Price

What happens when you’re in an incredible metropolitan city with a vibrant tech community, but no one pays you much attention? According to the ThinkChicago program, it’s to dispel that […]

Entrepreneurial Courses @ Northwestern – Winter 2018

The Garage

The Farley Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation’s business courses for Winter 2018 have been announced. To learn more about FCEI’s entrepreneurship opportunities, attend their upcoming Winter 2018 Information & Networking […]

Farley Center Entrepreneurship Courses – Fall 2017

The Garage

The Farley Center for Entrepreneurship’s offerings for Fall 2017 are now open! NUvention classes are the flagship academic offerings, spanning several industries and verticals. Each is a one- or two-quarter, intensive […]

EIR Spotlight: Michael Saunders

The Garage

In 1997, Michael Saunders noticed a growing need and problem faced among the University of Pennsylvania student body: students wanted to order food for delivery to their campus dorms and apartments […]