Meet young entrepreneurs and get career prep advice at the fall 2018 Ag Springboard open houses. Join us Sept. 18, Oct. 22 and Nov. 13!

You've seen TV's Shark Tank?

Ag Springboard is a lot like that -- except for students in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Like the TV show, contestants learn a lot about how to succeed in any career -- just by competing.

Winning Ag Springboard gives the top team $7,500 to pursue the new business concept it pitched to judges. The second-place team wins $2,500.

(No small potatoes!)

Meet young entrepreneurs, get advice on career prep and learn more about the Ag Springboard 2019 student business pitch contest at these Ag Springboard Open Houses, in 6 Armsby:

Weslie Khoo, Founder, Bold Foods

Weslie Khoo, founder of Bold Foods, graduate student and winner of Ag Springboard 2017 tells his story on Tuesday, Sept. 18, 6-7:30, 6 Armsby. Career prep advice will give students tips on preparing for the College's Career Day, Oct. 9.


Callie Rojewski, 2016 graduate, and a social media/branding guru and entrepreneur, tells her story Monday, Oct. 22, 5-6:30, 6 Armsby.

Hunter Swisher, CEO and Founder of Phospholutions, 2016 Plant Sciences graduate, and Ag Springboard finalist in 2016.

Meet Hunter Swisher, founder of Phospholutions, 2016 graduate and finalist for Ag Springboard 2016, on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 5-6:30, during Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Listen to students describe their Ag Springboard experience:

• Visit Ag Springboard HQ, here on the E&I website.

• Contact , Harbaugh Entrepreneur and Innovation Faculty Scholar