The Texas Student Challenge (TSC) is a business plan competition held to encourage entrepreneurship and technological innovation among students in the State of Texas. As a part of the Texas Rural Challenge (TRC), hosted by the Office of the Governor and UTSA’s Institute for Economic Development—SBDC Rural Business Program, the TSC aims to foster high-quality business ventures and innovative technologies that will benefit rural communities through community and economic development. The competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students, of any major, attending a Texas college or university. In addition to a monetary prize, they will receive in-kind services from the Small Business Development Center Network to make your venture a reality!
Application Guidelines: Students must submit their executive summary by April 28, 2017 and will be notified by May 10, 2017 if they are selected to present their business plan at the Texas Rural Challenge in Waco.
For additional information refer to the following form: 2017 Texas Student Challenge Rules
Email us directly with your questions to: Texas Student Challenge Email
By supporting the Texas Student Challenge, you are helping student finalists who need to travel to Waco, TX to compete in the final competition at the Texas Rural Challenge. Through your donation(s), traveling stipends will be made available to students who will vie to compete for monetary prizes and in-kind services from Texas Small Business Development Centers to help make their winning business ventures a reality!
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For information on additional information, download the 2017 Texas Student Challenge promotional flier to reference later.
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