Governor’s Innovation Fellowship

ARE YOU A COLLEGE SENIOR GRADUATING IN MAY 2022?
ARE YOU A RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATE?
ARE YOU PLANNING TO LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CONNECTICUT?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK IN A TECH OR SCIENCE-BASED INDUSTRY, FOR A GROWING, INNOVATIVE COMPANY?

If your answer is “yes” to these questions, you may qualify for the Governor’s Innovation Fellowship (GIF), a new, statewide program to keep Connecticut’s high-potential young leaders in our state.

If you’re selected as a GIF Fellow, you will receive:

·         A growth-track position in an innovation-based Connecticut company

·         A $5,000 grant

·         Enrollment in a career development experience program

And you’ll be part of an expanding cohort of a new generation of young business, technology and research leaders that will help take Connecticut into the next decade!

For information and an application, CLICK HERE.

Questions? Contact Julia Napolitano, CTNext Program Associate, at (860) 258-7892, email julia.napolitano@ctinnovations.com.

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