Johns Hopkins alum’s fund gives 4 undergrad ventures resources to grow

/Johns Hopkins alum’s fund gives 4 undergrad ventures resources to grow

Johns Hopkins alum’s fund gives 4 undergrad ventures resources to grow

Four ventures led by Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students will receive $10,000 and mentorship as the newest selected members of an alumnus-sponsored entrepreneurship fund. The O'Connor fund was founded five years ago by Ralph O’Connor, a Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences alumnus, and his wife, Becky. It provides each member of an annual cohort with a non-dilutive grant and access to mentorship and resources through Hopkins' student-focused incubator FastForward…

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