GW Innovation+Entrepreneurship Lab

The hub for innovation, imagination, and collaboration at GW. The GW I+E Lab is a resource available to all current students from any GW school who are looking to explore innovation and entrepreneurship.




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DUE TO COVID THE I+E LAB IS CLOSED TO NON-MEMBERS.

The GW Innovation+Entrepreneurship Lab (I+E Lab) at MakeOffices provides all the physical and intellectual resources current GW students and faculty need to develop and grow, including one-to-one advising, office hours with industry experts, workshops, and events.

Open co-working space and dedicated office space are available to GW students and student groups looking to find a home and work on innovative ideas, startup ventures, and entrepreneurial projects.

The I+E Lab is not a general meeting space or a general study space. 

The I+E Lab is run and managed by the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship. 

Contact Jasmine at [email protected] to get more information on how to get access and participate in I+E Lab programs. 

 

 

Campus Location: 2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW, 7th Floor

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GW I+E Lab at MakeOffices location: 2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006

Open to All GW Students and Faculty 

The GW I+E Lab at MakeOffices is a resource available to all current students and faculty from any GW school who are looking to explore innovation and entrepreneurship.

Also, did we mention the free coffee and tea? That's a perk! Come by and say hi. 

 

 

 

Location: 2000 Pennsylvania Ave NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20006. Enter the main office building entrance next to the UPS store. 

Now Open: 9 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday (only students with 24/7 access key fobs are allowed to use the space outside of the normal work hours).

Contact: Jasmine at [email protected] 

 

What's happening at the I+E Lab   

Workshop

Events and Workshops

We offer spectacular events to help you dip your toes into entrepreneurship like Pitch'n in the Kitchen, Human-Centered Design Workshops, and many others. Check out the event calendar

Mentoring

One-To-One Advising

Our mentors and staff are available Monday - Friday to provide you with feedback, guidance, and strategy to help you and your team navigate the startup world. Drop-in or schedule a meeting today. 

Open Co-Working

Open Co-Working Space

Drop-in from 9 am-5 pm, Monday - Friday to enjoy fast Wifi, free coffee and tea, and a space to work on your idea, innovation, social venture, side hustle, or business. 

Small Conference Room

Team Collaboration Space

Meeting rooms and 3-4 person huddle spaces are available on a first-come-first-serve basis for individuals or teams looking to work on their ideas, business, and social ventures.

Contact Jasmine [email protected] for more information. 

Innovation Resources Available

I+E Resource Center

Talk to a Student Fellow or staff about all the GW resources available to help you launch your idea including workshops, startup funding, maker spaces, student organizations, and courses. It's a one-stop-shop for all things innovation and entrepreneurship on campus. 

Innovation Access Program

Innovator Access Program 

Vetted students and student organizations can receive free dedicated desks, office space, and 24/7 access as part of our Innovator Access Program (IAP).

Contact Jasmine [email protected] for more information. 

 

GW OIE Partnership with MakeOffices

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Via a generous sponsorship and partnership with MakeOffices, the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship will bring together a cross-disciplinary community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who all share a passion for building new ideas.

This partnership gives all GW student and faculty innovators, changemakers, and entrepreneurs a hub to explore, collaborate, and gain knowledge about the innovative and entrepreneurial process.


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Josh White

Managing Director

"A partnership with George Washington University's Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship is a natural fit on so many levels. It was our hope that we would be able to work with these programs to support the GW undergraduate, graduate, and alumni entrepreneurs."