Entrepreneurship Technology Training at Karachi's Startup Lab!
U.S. Mission to Pakistan
Based on funding availability, this project will recruit 50 aspiring female and male entrepreneurs in Karachi to pursue their startup ventures by using the STEM and Entrepreneurship resources available at the Lincoln Corner Karachi’s Startup Lab!. The prospective grantee will create comprehensive courses that include training on digital applications, entrepreneurship-related STEM gadgets and equipment, and step-by-step facilitation processes that aspiring entrepreneurs will undertake at the Startup Lab! At the end of the training, participants will have developed a startup that at the very least has initiated sales via digital marketing. The prospective U.S.-based grantee will be a university, NGO, or other relevant organization, and will be responsible for creating the course, recruiting local partners as needed, marketing the program, recruiting the participants, and ensuring that the training is delivered. The period of performance is 6 months to a year.
The following U.S.-based organizations are eligible to apply: • Not-for-profit organizations • Civil society/non-governmental organizations • Think tanks (Not-for-profit) • Public and private educational institutions (Not-for-profit departments)