The Garage Map: A Deep Dive

The Garage

The Garage isn’t a class and there aren’t any grades. Instead, The Garage is a series of experiences designed to teach students an entrepreneurial mindset and skill set through experiential […]

Advice from a Mentor: The Best Investment You Can Make Early in Your Career

The Garage

This article is written by Brad Falkof, Partner at Barnes & Thornburg LLP and a mentor at The Garage. If you were given 50 seeds and told that one, or […]

Introducing the Northwestern Student Business Formation Website

The Garage

The entrepreneurial ecosystem at Northwestern is more robust than ever before. Cross-disciplinary resources and programming at The Garage, academic courses through The Farley Center, Kellogg’s initiatives and academics such as […]

How to Get Involved at The Garage

The Garage

About The Garage Whether you’re interested in learning more about entrepreneurship, want to join an existing student founded startup, or have a fully functioning venture and team – The Garage […]

Tax Considerations for Award / Prize Money from The Garage

The Garage

Receiving a financial award through a program at The Garage or another University class or program is a great way to fund the early stages of experimentation and development for […]

Finding a Software Engineer for Your Startup

The Garage

It’s a common occurrence at The Garage and on college campuses around the country: someone who does not have a software engineering background has a great idea for an app, […]

A Guide to The Garage Slack

Rachel Cantor, SoC ’20

Posted May 1, 2020 I remember how intimidating it was to see over 600 students, most of whom don’t have profile pictures or titles, in The Garage Slack. It’s hard […]

How You Can Change Your Life in 30 Days

Devon Spungin ’22

A little while ago, I was sitting at dinner with my friends when one mentioned his recent discovery of the 30-day challenge. Every month, he picks something he’s always wanted […]

3 Entrepreneurial Lessons from My Time at Northwestern

Neal Taparia ’06

It’s true. Your business is your baby. Like raising a child, it requires a labor of love and constant nurturing. You can’t take a break from it, ignore it, or […]