Parkland Entrepreneurial Network (PEN) will host the third Pitch Showcase for student entrepreneurs. Startup experts and local funders will award $8,500 to students, and one student will win the title of Parkland Student Entrepreneur of the Year.
Per the Parkland College newsletter:
Entrepreneurship Facilitator Marc Changnon will serve as emcee. CobraVenture’s 2022 cohort, which began at the start of the 2022 spring semester, includes students from a variety of academic programs who want to start their own business while still enrolled in college. A list of the students, their businesses, and program details can be found at parkland.edu/cobrapitch.
Judging their capstone competition will be Damien Banks of Sacred Heart Medical Center, Carly McCrory-McKay of the Champaign County Economic Development Corporation, Marissa Siero of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Gies College of Business, Professor Julie Weishar, chair of Parkland’s Fine and Applied Arts department, and Mark Pelmore of Lincoln & Hill, Inc.
CobraVenture Pitch Showcase
Parkland College Student Union
M May 23rd, 5 p.m.
Top image from the Parkland College CobraVenture website.