Entrepreneurial Summers

MIT delta v

MIT delta v is MIT’s student venture accelerator, providing a capstone educational opportunity for MIT student entrepreneurs that prepares them to hit escape velocity and launch into the real world. Teams receive dedicated space in the co-working environment of the Martin Trust Center from June to early September where they will work on their ventures full-time for the whole summer. Learn more about our accelerator and its alumni teams.

The program is run out of two locations during the summer: the Martin Trust Center on the MIT campus, and the NYC Startup Studio in Manhattan.

Entrepreneurship Internship

The Entrepreneurship Internship is a paid summer internship program open to ALL undergraduates at MIT* and provides an immersive work experience at a startup founded by MIT delta v alumni. Students work side-by-side with the startup’s founding team and have an opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects, receive one-on-one mentoring, and determine if startup life is right for them. The internship will run for 8 to 10 weeks; most positions will begin in early June.

(* rising first-years, sophomores, and juniors only; seniors graduating in June are not eligible)


MEMSI (MIT Entrepreneurship and Maker Skills Integrator) is a two-week long, fully immersive mini-accelerator for aspiring hardware system innovators from universities in Hong Kong and MIT that takes place twice annually in January and June. This program is designed for all students from first-years onward who want to build up their skills in entrepreneurship, hardware making, and product development for connected devices with an Internet of Things (IoT) flavor.


MEFTI (MIT Entrepreneurship and FinTech Integrator) is a one-week-long immersive FinTech startup bootcamp for students from MIT and from Hong Kong. Students will learn about the vibrant FinTech ecosystem in the Asia Pacific region and find out what it takes to build a FinTech venture in an emerging market. The initial MEFTI was held from August 25 – September 1, 2018 and is expected to return in summer 2019.