i2 Passport: Open to ALL UNH-Durham freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors from all colleges
The i2 passport (Idea & Innovation Passport) is in its second year at UNH. The innovative i2 Passport Program rewards students for engaging in ideas and entrepreneurship activities on campus with the chance to win $25,00 in cash prizes to help pay off student loans and tuition, with an additional focus on FirstGen students (first in family to attend college).
We want to encourage students to start to explore and understand idea, innovation, and entrepreneurship and how they might incorporate aspects into their personal and academic lives. This involvement is then rewarded in Passport Visa Stamps Credits and the chance to win prizes totaling $25,000.
The process is really easy…
1. Register at i2Passport.com
2. Review the different events and activities and sign-up/attend or do them
3. Track your progress online (or download the i2 website page to your smart phone)
27 Different ways to win from $50-$7,500!
312 Students registered for pilot last spring. Equal representation by graduation year, and from all 5 colleges. Four students won $3,500 each and the Grand Prize winner won $8,000. This time around, that could be you!
This is an exciting opportunity for full-time, degree-seeking UNH Durham undergraduates
i2 Passport is run by the UNH Entrepreneurship Center (known as the ECenter and located in Madbury Commons). Visit us online at http://www.unh.edu/ecenter for more information.
Thank you to our Premier Sponsor, Harry Patten, '58
and to our co-sponsors, Wildcatalysts Network and Que Acoustics
1. Go to www.i2Passport.com 2. Tap the Share 3. Tap Add to Home Screen 4. Tap Add
1. Go to www.i2Passport.com 2. Tap Menu 3. Tap Page 3. Tap Add to Home Screen
"I always had good ideas but never knew what to do with them. Through the i2 Passport Program, I learned how to successfully pursue my ideas. Even if you never start your own business, the long term benefits from the information you learn are invaluable."
2017 Grand Prize Winner, CEPS - Electrical Engineering '17