The Student Innovation program plans, manages and coordinates student innovation programs and competitions. Our focus is on growing the innovation ecosystem at Georgia Tech and connecting it to the wider startup community. We oversee marketing and outreach efforts of programs to various stakeholders (students, faculty, staff, K-12 community, etc.); collaborate with on-campus and off-campus partners to ensure support and sustainability of programs; and plan events, workshops, meetings and other related programming. One of the main arms of the Student Innovation program is the InVenture Prize. This is segmented into three specific areas: Georgia Tech InVenture Prize, ACC InVenture Prize, and K-12 InVenture Prize.

We want to help you develop your idea.
Submit your idea here to meet with an Innovation Coach. 
 
We want to help you build your team.
Click here to join a team or to add members to your team.

IDEA DEVELOPMENT

Bring your ideas to life by tapping into the wide variety of programs offered across Georgia Tech. Work with an Innovation Coach by submitting your idea.

DESIGN COLLABORATIVE

Collaborate with faculty, staff and students to develop solutions for real world issues. Join a team or find members for your team

BUILDING A PROTOTYPE

Utilize the wide range of makerspaces across campus to create a working prototype. 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

It is your idea, protect it! Participate in events designed with your protection in mind. 

FUNDING YOUR STARTUP

Explore the various options available to fund your idea, invention, and startup.

COMPETITIONS & EXPOS

Showcase your idea before thousands and compete to win monetary awards.

Events

MRDC (Manufacturing Related Disciplines Complex) Building, 2nd Floor

MRDC (Manufacturing Related Disciplines Complex) Building, 2nd Floor

News

On April 2, 2022, Team carSEAL will represent Georgia Tech in the 6th annual ACC InVenture Prize Competition hosted this year by Florida State University.

During the summer of 2021, computer science student Neil Sanghavi and computer science recent grad Ahan Shah, both from Fairfax, VA, reconnected to develop their use of NFT technology to provide utility in an antiquated space that lacked efficiency.

After almost a year of preparation, practice, and refinement, Georgia Tech’s annual InVenture Prize is down to six finalists competing in the final round on March 16th.

PairMe is Expanding Access to Research Opportunities at Georgia Tech