The Business Journal Daily. Ali Izzo and Holly Masters, co-CEOs of Purpose and graduates of the Penn State University Shenango occupational therapy assistant and human development and family studies programs, won $15,000 in funding on WPSU-TV’s “The Investment.”
Penn State News. Ali Izzo and Holly Masters secure $15,000 in startup funding during Inc.U Competition finale ‘The Investment’ on WPSU-TV.
Penn State News. Inc U competition provides $30,000 to student start up companies.
Penn State News. PennTAP worked with the Montour County greenhouse to find the resources and funding needed to stay in business.
Pennsylvania Business Report. PennTAP and a team of undergraduates in energy engineering at Penn State recently visited BWP Bats LLC to conduct a no-cost energy audit.
Penn State News. PennTAP and a team of undergraduates in energy engineering from the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences at Penn State visited BWP Bats LLC, a baseball bat manufacturer located in Brookville, Jefferson County.
Penn State News. After SponsrU’s founding in 2017, Penn State alumnus James “Jimmie” Aversa, a student at the time, entered PennTAP’s Inc.U competition, which led to Aversa pitching SponsrU at the 2018 Invent Penn State Venture and IP Conference.
Penn State News. Despite their minimal experience in business, Orjih and Lehrer applied for the 2018 PennTAP Inc.U competition.
Penn State News. Four new members were accepted this year into the Faculty Academy, which provides funding for educators to create engagement opportunities and models for students on the local, regional and national level. Tim Kerchinski is a one-year fellow appointment.
Penn State News. Trimatis was one of six finalists in this year’s Inc.U competition, sponsored by Penn State’s Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program (PennTAP).