Every idea and startup is different, just as every garden is different. Do you need specialized bonsai techniques to beautify your ideas or do you need agri-business techniques to grow a billion dollar unicorn?

If you have questions about any of these please direct them to centerice+experiences@alaska.edu.


Our Programs

Students will get a chance to do paid work directly with an array startups in Alaska. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in their fields of interest, as well as learn more about that world of startups and innovation.

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NSF i-Corps

Offers upto $2500 from The National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps, a federally funded program to accelerate STEM projects both University and Non-University toward commercialization.

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Hacking 4 Defense
Hacking For Defense
An academic course linked to a global network of students working on real problems extracted from the Department of Defense, intelligence agencies and the US government at large and curated specifically for Alaska. It is a not a computer hacking course
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Lean Launch Workshop
Lean Launch Workshop

Highly interactive workshop exploring problem-solving with your colleagues and innovation ecosystem participants using the Lean Startup methodology.

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Partner Programs
Angel Conferences
Alaska Angel Conference
We are investing $100k+ into an Alaskan startup and helping new angel investors learn the process
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CITE Fellows
 CITE Fellows is a program that recruits, prepares, and supports dedicated teaching faculty in innovation through the incorporation of thoughtful technological tools.
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Other Programs

Alaska Startups Directory with selected filters: incubator, accelerator, prototyping, events, training, academic program, event


Submit an Experience

Do you have an experience you'd like Center ICE to be aware of? Send us an email at centerice+submitexperience@alaska.edu

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