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M.I.N.D
MY IDEAS NEVER DIE

Helping Students

Thrive in the emerging project based economy


Mind can help address feelings of ambiguity towards the future.

- Valerie Butler (Northeastern University )


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M.I.N.D

ACCELERATOR PROGRAM 


 
 

Our Goal

 

Our goal is to provide the tools and resources for the student bodies to explore the full potential of their minds by providing unique experiential events and programs on a semester basis.

Our team of event specialists have access to some of the most creative spaces and minds in the city of Boston.  We are building a platform that allows students to access creative power in the city and develop into creative entrepreneurs.

 

 

Student Quotes 

 

The programs Mind curates would benefit students in the same way study groups and academic mentorship programs do. It would provide them with direction, enable them to further develop their creativity and provide them with a space to learn and bond with others with similar interests.
— Valerie Butler (Northeastern University)
Access to events similar to the Mind mixer enable creatives to network in a low pressure environment. This not only encourages individuals to perfect their “elevator pitches” but also allows them to work with other creatives in their area.
— Valerie Butler (Northeastern University)

Communicating more is a benefit. Learning from others and seeing different perspectives Is always a benefit too. I like knowing what people think about my work.
— Paolo Moreno (Boston University)

Access to mentors in the industry and master class would provide valuable information on the creative industries that is either difficult or impossible to learn by yourself. It would be difficult to overstate the importance of learning anything from people who already know the ropes.
— Ethan (Bentley University)
Besides the simple joy that comes from meeting and interacting with people who have similar mind-frames as you, you get the advantage of your imagination expanding due to being around other creatives much more often. Therefore, you are able to act out your passions in your best mental state, and your peers will be able to do the same.
— Ethan (Bentley University)

 
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Having access to industry mentors would help me in my pursuit of a sustainable music career. It would give me the resources I need to make quality music and will allow me to surround myself with a team that can help me get into the music industry. Master classes would be super helpful also because I can continue to learn about my craft while making music.
— ET (Bentley University)
The main barrier I face that your program could solve is lack of resources and a creative space where I can work on ideas.
— ET (Bentley University)

Some barriers I have experienced that this program can help me overcome is meeting the right people in my field of interest. I would love t Some barriers I have experienced that this program can help me overcome is meeting the right people in my field of interest. I would love to meet other photographers who are willing to collaborate and share tips and techniques to meet other photographers who are willing to collaborate and share tips and techniques
— Hannah Saunders (Emerson College)
Having these connections could alter my experience by further educating me on the world of photography and offering me more knowledge than what my school currently does.
— Hannah Saunders (Emerson College)