If you are interested in learning more about how the CEL can support your work, please fill out this brief interest survey. A member of the WashU team will then be in touch to discuss the next steps. Please contact Clare Nowogrocki in the CEL at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The CEL works with organizations ranging from startups and nonprofits to Fortune 50 firms and multinational corporations.
of the CEL's programs include:
Taylor Community Consulting Program:
The Taylor Community Consulting Program (TCCP) pairs a teams of WashU students
with local nonprofit organizations for consulting opportunities.
nonprofit may be eligible for TCCP if:
Your organization has
IRS-approved 501c3 status
Small Business Initiative:
SBI student teams, assembled based on your project needs, are passionate about
creating social impact in the St. Louis area. Project areas are comprehensive
and range from high-level strategy to detailed, in-depth analysis in key
may be eligible for the Small Business Initiative if:
Your business and
customer base are in St. Louis
You employ fewer than
You've been in
business for more than two years
CEL Entrepreneurial Consulting Team
The CELect program connects you with talented WashU students to consult on your
early-stage business challenges. These consulting projects are focused on
enterprises in the startup ecosystem.
Your startup may be eligible for CELect if you:
Are a St. Louis-based
early stage company
Have employees beyond
Allow students to work
directly with founders
Finance and Marketing Metrics
participating in the Finance and Marketing Metrics Clinics can provide strategic
recommendations focused on your startup's financial and marketing challenges or