Outreach Training Program

Users Group

To date, over 60 organizations from 17 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East, have participated in our Immersion Program, and have established mentoring programs based on the MIT VMS Model.

Every organization that participates in our Immersion Program becomes a member of the MIT VMS Users Group, which exchanges ideas, shares experiences, and engages in group-learning. This program has been in existence since 2006, and the learning and relationships established among the organizations have been of great value to all participants.

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Immersion Program Graduates:

GatewayVMS — Saint Louis, MO

MaRS Discovery District — Toronto, ON, Canada

Yale University, YEI Mentor Program — New Haven, CT

Boston University, Kindle Mentoring Program — Boston, MA

Northeastern University, HSE Mentoring Program — Boston, MA

University of Manitoba — Winnipeg, MB, Canada

British Columbia Innovation Council (BCIC) — Vancouver, BC, Canada

Florida International University — Miami, FL

NYU Stern School of Business, Venture Mentor Network — New York, NY

University of Pittsburgh — Pittsburgh, PA

Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) — North Carolina

Barcelona Activa — Barcelona, Spain

Chicago Innovation Mentors (CIM) — Chicago, IL

Grupo Guayacán — San Juan, Puerto Rico

Universidad Anáhuac Mayab — Mérida, Mexico

JumpStart — Cleveland, OH

The Hub of Human Innovation — El Paso, TX

Harvard University, Innovation Lab — Cambridge, MA

o3NL — Amsterdam, Netherlands

Washington DC Economic Partnership — Washington, D.C.

Manizales Más — Manizales, Colombia

Penn State University — Pennsylvania

Skoltech — Moscow, Russia

Jewish Venture Mentoring Service (JVMS) — Boston, MA

Green Momentum — Mexico City, Mexico

Cintrifuse — Cincinnati, OH

University of Alberta — Edmonton, AB, Canada

Welingkar Institute — Mumbai, India

Ciudad del Saber | City of Knowledge — Panama City, Panama

Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Center — Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

ANDI (National Business Association) — Colombia

SummitVMS — Reno, NV

Scion DTU Science & Technology Park — Hørsholm, Denmark

Canadian Technology Accelerator, Consulate General of Canada — Boston, MA

MentorConnect — Sydney, NS, Canada

Universidad de los Andes (UNIANDES) — Bogotá, Colombia

Florida Atlantic University, Tech Runway — Boca Raton, FL

Innovate Calgary — Calgary, AB, Canada

SGA (Korean Software Globalization Research Agency) — Seoul, South Korea

WBBA (Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association) — Seattle, WA

NEXT Innovation Center — Greenville, SC

PEIBioAlliance — Prince Edward Island, Canada

University of Missouri — Columbia, MO

Accelerate Long Island — Melville, NY

University of Delaware — Newark, DE

Tech Council of Maryland — Montgomery County, MD

University of Massachusetts — Massachusetts

Venture Asheville — Asheville, NC

High Tech Rochester — Rochester, NY

Budapest University of Technology and Economics — Budapest, Hungary

ITESM EGADE Business School — Monterrey, Mexico

Enterprise Center of Johnson County — Kansas City, KS

Ben Franklin & PACT — Philadelphia, PA

Accelerace — Copenhagen, Denmark

University of Free State — Free State, South Africa

École Polytechnique — Paris, France

Rocket Ventures — Toledo, OH

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine — Cleveland, OH

Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation — Perth, Australia

MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas — Houston, TX

IM Capital — Beirut, Lebannon

Texas Tech University — Lubbock, TX

Seoul National University — Seoul, South Korea

University of Luxembourg — Belval, Luxembourg

University of Alaska, Anchorage — Anchorage, AK

MIT VMS, one of the institutions with the greatest specialty in mentoring, certifies the teachings and participates in the program. We consider it a warranty because MIT has turned the art of mentoring into a science with guidelines and a methodology.

Pere Vicens, Mentor, BARCELONA ACTIVA, Barcelona, Spain