UMKC Innovation Center partners with the university and the community to spark and sustain entrepreneurial efforts within our region and across the country.

KCSourceLink connects KC entrepreneurs to the right resource at the right time.

MOSourceLink connects Missouri entrepreneurs to the right resource at the right time.

Whiteboard2Boardroom connects entrepreneurs and businesses to technologies available for licensing.

Digital Sandbox KC provides early-stage proof-of-concept support for digital products.

Missouri Small Business & Technology Development Center provides technical assistance to startup and existing businesses.

ScaleUP! Kansas City helps businesses with revenues around $200K scale toward their first $1 million.

Missouri Procurement Technical Assistance Centers helps local businesses obtain government contracts.

KCInvestED helps investors learn more about investing in KC startups.

SourceLink® helps communities nationwide build vibrant and vital entrepreneurial ecosystems.
UMKC Innovation Center

EdHub Fellowship by EdHub STL

The Education Hub (EdHub STL) is a dedicated physical space where educators work creatively to solve our region’s most entrenched educational issues. Through programs, events and scholarship, we facilitate convenings and connections that lead to the collaborative work of dismantling education inequity.

About

COVID-19 Update: EdHub is excited to announce the launch of the COVID-19 Repository of Resources for Educators. It is intended to share and distribute practice-based protocol across the region as many are trying to solve the same problems. Specifically, focusing on the curation of processes that teachers/administrators can refer to for day-to-day practice.

The EdHub STL Fellowship empowers education leaders and education “intrapreneurs” to develop and/or expand transformative initiatives with equity at the center. Fellows lead a mission critical project, program or systems change for their school or school district, government education agency, education focused community organization, or education non-profit. Each participant receives mentorship, training from industry leaders, support of The School of Social System Design at Washington University, free office space at CIC (4220 Duncan) over the course of 6 months and have access to funding. Fellows complete the program with an design + implementation plan for effective, equitable and systemic transformation for their program, project, organization or school.

Requirements 

  • US-based, independent nonprofit or for-profit
  • Technology-enabled
  • Able to commit to the full six months of the program 

Services

Business Planning

  • Business Plan Consulting, Development and Review

Mentoring

  • Formal Mentoring Programs
  • Peer Mentoring

Networking Organizations

  • Industry Specific

Starting a Business

  • Startup Business Counseling
  • Startup Classes

Training

  • Startup Classes
Primary ContactSherita Love
Address4220 Duncan Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63110