The Frank Fellows Program is a one-year experiential program designed to help you develop a theoretical and practical understanding of the techniques for starting and growing emerging technology companies.
Each year 12 senior business and engineering student scholars are selected for the program. It combines:
- A sequence of short courses on entrepreneurship
- Opportunities to interact with entrepreneurs in local and Silicon Valley startups
- Paid summer internships at a technology company
- An academic-year-long multidisciplinary project class culminating in the WSU Business Plan Competition
- Ongoing mentoring and networking activities
Previous scholars have emerged from the program with a solid foundation in technology-industry entrepreneurship.
- Certified business or engineering major
- Junior class standing when applying
Apply in the fall of your Junior year by providing the following:
- Cover letter
- Unofficial transcript
- At least two letters of recommendation
Send your application to:
Howard Davis, Ph.D.
Director, Harold Frank Entrepreneurship Institute
Washington State University
PO Box 642713
Pullman, WA 99164-2713
Friday, September 9, 2016
In the news
A team of Frank Fellows scholars win the 2014 Startup Weekend Spokane business competition.
Marie Mayes, M.B.A
Clinical assistant professor and
Director, Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
MISE Department, College of Business
Office: Todd 437d
Howard Davis, director
Harold Frank Entrepreneurship Institute
College of Engineering and Architecture
Dana Hall 143