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January 29, 2021

3 hours sharing ideas (Friday, 6-9pm)

This years event will be fully online; participants will get a zoom link after registering to participate and share pitches.  Use the form to upload a pitch video; you have until 7pm Friday.  If your pitch is in before Friday, you will get a coupon for a beer (not quite a pitcher) at the Point!

2 team tracks

Problem to solve? We provide resources to get started and  orient the team quickly for a great start on your semester long goals.

Problem to refine? We will guide your project with resources to move from ideas to actions. Your idea/project could come to reality at the Innovation Center in 2021.

1 great opportunity

Do you need a project and don’t know what to work on? Do you want to solve or refine a problem? Do you just want to be involved in making ideas happen? This is the event for you.

You will have the opportunity to work on real world challenges offered by campus and community members. Free food and beverages for the first 100 students who sign up for Friday and Saturday activities. Prizes and space for your project/business to develop.

Schedule of Events

This years Go@CMU will happen online.  By registering you will have a zoom link.  You must register by Thursday, January 28 at 5pm using the links below.

Friday, January 29 • 6-9pm 

Time: Jan 29, 2021 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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 Meeting ID: 999 6997 4368

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6:00–6:30pm Connect and Mix

6:30-7:00pm Introduction to Innovation Center and Go@CMU 

7:00-7:30pm 1-3 minute pitches: Students - tell us a problem you want to solve and what help you need or join a team to work on a problem. Business owners - you want students to help solve your concept – come pitch it Friday night and see students come to the plate!

7:30-8:00 Commit to projects.  Visit breakout zoom meetings and decide what you want to commit to.  Course professors will approve projects for various classes.

8:00–9:00 Get basic resources in line.  Who is on a project, what time and skill they can commit to,  and their contact information, when can you meet, and the outline of work for the next two weeks on the project.

How to Participate


If you are looking for a term project, a research or internship opportunity or have an idea you would like help to get started, register now. 

Community Mentors

If you are willing to provide supportive guidance, helping students make an idea more successful, and perhaps have a need that might be satisfied with a student project or internship, register here. 


If you willing to provide insights, passion and supportive guidance for your company’s project and can attend the program, please register here. 


If you oversee a class that involves a large project (like a senior capstone class) you would like to be as impactful as possible for your students' careers. This is a cross-disciplinary, real-world opportunity for your students.

Faculty Info Faculty Registration

Questions? Contact Tom Benton at or 970.248.2143.