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Are you a University of California, Riverside (UCR) student with a bold idea to combat climate change? Join us for an enlightening workshop focused on securing funding and resources for your climate action ventures. Our " Climate Action Funding & Resources Workshop " is your gateway to accessing the support you need to turn your vision into reality.

In this workshop, we'll guide you through the intricate landscape of funding opportunities and resources available to budding climate entrepreneurs. Whether you're exploring renewable energy projects, sustainable transportation solutions, or eco-conscious consumer products, this workshop will provide you with the insights and strategies to fund your venture and make a meaningful impact on the planet.

 

Highlights of the workshop include:

  • Understanding Funding Options: Explore various avenues for funding, including grants, loans, crowdfunding, and venture capital.
  • Navigating the Funding Process: Learn how to identify suitable funding sources, craft compelling proposals, and navigate the application process effectively.
  • Accessing Resources: Discover organizations, programs, and initiatives that provide support, mentorship, and resources to climate entrepreneurs.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with fellow UCR students, alumni, and professionals passionate about climate action and entrepreneurship.

Whether you're at the ideation stage or already have a prototype in development, this workshop is designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools to take your climate action venture to the next level. Don't let funding constraints hold you back—empower yourself with the skills and resources you need to drive positive change in the world.

 

Join us and be part of a community dedicated to harnessing innovation and entrepreneurship to tackle the climate crisis head-on. Reserve your spot today and embark on the journey to transform your climate action vision into reality.

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