Patch is a 6 week long, virtual summer programme for 16-20 year olds.
These participants are aspiring entrepreneurs, scientists and creators, and spend their time working on projects, learning from founders and experts in STEM, and receiving mentorship. Candidates receive €150 per week in financial support and access to laptops and software is made available.
Patch is a summer accelerator for talented 16 – 20 year olds. Participants spend 6 weeks building projects and learning from world-class scientists and entrepreneurs. Past speakers include Mark Cummins (founder of Pointy) and Des Traynor (founder of Intercom). Altogether, founders of businesses worth over $2 billion speak at Patch.
Past participants include 2 BT Young Scientist winners (Adam Kelly, Diana Bura). Projects built at Patch include a 3D printing tool for Minecraft creations, an internet-based, interactive textbook and CropSafe. The programme is free and philanthropically supported by some of Ireland’s leading entrepreneurs and Stripe.
Sounds fun? Apply now. Applications for Patch 2020 close Sunday June 14th.
Find out more at dogpatchlabs.com/patch
Please share Patch with anyone you think would benefit from it and let us know if you have any questions. We’re available anytime at darren.duggan@dogpatchlabs.