Upcoming Events

March 2017

5-10: 14 Floors Bay Area Tour – sponsored by Ford Motor Company

Monday March 6:
11AM Autodesk – 1 Market St #200, San Francisco, CA
1:30PM Handshake – 2601 Mission St, San Francisco CA
4PM Skymind – 1328 Mission Street, San Francisco CA

Tuesday March 7:
9AM Twillio – 375 Beale St, San Francisco, CA
11:30AM Cisco – 500 Terry A. Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA
3PM Porter Family Vineyard – 1189 Green Valley Road Napa, CA

Wednesday March 8:
9AM Evernote – 305 Walnut Street Redwood City, CA
Noon Brocade – 130 Holger Way, San Jose, CA
4PM Clari – 1154 Sonora Ct, Sunnyvale, CA

Thursday March 9:
10:30AM HP – 1501 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA
Noon Netflix – 121 Albright Way, Los Gatos, CA
3PM Ford – 3200 Hillview Ave, Palo Alto, CA
6PM House Family Vineyard – 13336 Old Oak Way, Saratoga, CA

May 2017

5-6: TiEcon in Santa Clara CA – sponsored by Kanwal Rekhi

October 2017

9-12: 14 Floors Houghton

March 2018

12-16: 14 Floors Bay Area Tour – sponsored by the House Family Foundation

April 2018

9-12: 14 Floors Houghton

May 2018

TiEcon in Santa Clara CA – sponsored by Kanwal Rekhi

October 2018

15-18: 14 Floors Houghton

October 15-18 will mark the 14 Floors spring visit to campus. Guests from California’s Bay Area, and SE Michigan are expected to take part in the activities at Michigan Tech. These include social and networking events with students, faculty, and staff, director updates on the Institute of Computing and Cybersystems, a focus on entrepreneurial programs and strategies with the Pavlis Honors College, “Office Hours” mentoring sessions with entrepreneurial students, and a discussion with the Computing & Information Sciences advisory group. In addition, a small contingency of Detroit area alumni from the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) will be participating in events, including the annual Bob Mark Elevator Pitch through the School of Business and Economics – for which the 14 Floors group will serve as judges. There will be multiple opportunities to meet with new leadership on campus, tour laboratories and learning spaces, and see students in action. A final wrap-up meeting will cap the week and serve as an advisory discussion for the overall program.