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Fashion Marketing and Forecasting

A guide to library resources for fashion marketing students and fashion designers interested in the business side of fashion.

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IMPACT ENTREPRENEURSHIP INITIATIVE

Learn more about the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI) here. For more information, you can contact them at impactentrepreneur@newschool.edu.. For more information regarding the application, please check out their website.

Scholarship Opportunities

  • MADE.COM TALENTLAB: Prize: If your design is selected, you’ll be contacted by MADE.COM You’ll then be asked to submit your technical drawings and sign a contract. You’ll still own the IP for your design, and MADE will have an exclusive license to sell it, with you receiving royalties on the sales. Deadline: ongoing
  • Art Bound Full Scholarship Internship and a paid internship with Code & Theory: Paid internship and scholarship for the Artbound Initiative Program. The ArtBound Initiative Creative Diversity Scholarship scheme is designed to help students and recent grads launch their career in the creative industries. This scheme offers you:A Full Scholarship for the ArtBound Initiative internship program which includes personalized coaching, events, networking opportunities and access to an international network of alumni. A paid remote internship opportunity this Spring in New York with the agency Code & Theory. Follow link below if embedded link above doesn't work http://us15.forward-to-friend.com/forward/preview?u=19b1c08cae262cdceebd4cc4b&id=cbfcf7ddfe  Application can also be accessed via this link. 
  • New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Company Ventures (Ventures): NYCEDC and Ventures have launched The City Fellowship, a new initiative to support Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) and women-led small businesses, nonprofits, and technology startups that are building a more equitable and sustainable future for New York City. Tech forward entrepreneurs looking to improve quality of life in New York City, leaders of nonprofits, small businesses, and tech startups, along with early-stage operators will be considered. Applications are due by December 19, 2021 and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. 
  • The Visa Black Scholars and Jobs Program, in partnership with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), is a new program designed for college-bound Black and African American students in the United States. Eligible high school seniors applying or intending to enroll as a full-time undergraduate in any four-year accredited college or university in the U.S. can receive a needs-based scholarship grant of up to $20,000/year. Please find more information regarding this scholarship here. Application is open until January 10, 2022. 
  • 12th Annual New York StartUP! Business Plan Competition: This fall the Thomas Yoseloff Business Center is launching the 12th Annual New York StartUP! Business Plan Competition for New York-based startup entrepreneurs. Entrants can win $15,000 to start their business, as well as gain practical insights about starting and growing a business while using the comprehensive small business resources at NYPL’s Thomas Yoseloff Business Center. Visit nypl.org/bizplan for updates. Application is open until January 31, 2022. 
  • 2022 StartUP! Competition: The 2022 StartUp Competition - co-sponsored by the Queens Economic Development Corporation and Resorts World Casino NY - with support from the Queens Public Library and the Srivastava Technology Fund-  is now open. Participants can enter the Competition any time between September 1, 2021 - March 1, 2022.
  • Fast Break for Small Businesses: From the National Basketball Association [NBA] and LegalZoom. The grant program will target minority - and women-owned businesses, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. Applications for the first round of grants are open through November 23, 2021, and will be awarded twice a year for the next three years.

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