NACCE has partnered with the Michelson 20MM Foundation to launch an intellectual property (IP) education pilot through community colleges across the country. IP curriculum covers the essentials of patents, trademarks, copyright, trade secrets and more. IP comprises 45 percent of the country’s total GDP today and represents 80 percent of the market value of all publicly traded companies in the United States. The pilot program began in December 2016 and continues to expand among NACCE member community colleges.
As a result of this pilot, the Michelson 20MM Foundation has created the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property. They provide instructors, students, and creators with first-of-a-kind resources about patents, copyrights, trademarks, and more - all for FREE!
Interested in hosting an event to help grow IP awareness at your campus? The Michelson Institute for IP can help!
“Hacking IP: Considerations for Early Stage Startups and Entrepreneurs” is a multi-city activation series to help increase IP awareness and build strong regional communities amongst businesses, startups, and legal organizations. Each event will feature a panel of regional IP experts with a focus on critical advise and IP lessons to best support today's innovators, entrepreneurs, and inventors.
Apply below to receive technical and financial support to host an event in 2019.
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