Google’s not the only one giving out good money for good tech ideas. Here’s a collection of links to get the entrepreneur in you salivating.

The Summer of Code is Google’s program designed to introduce students to the world of Open Source Software Development.

  • Y Combinator · Y Combinator is a new kind of venture firm specializing in funding early stage startups. We help startups through what is for many the hardest step, from idea to company.

  • Small Business Investment Companies Program · The SBIC program was created in 1958 by the US governement to fill the gap between the availability of venture capital and the needs of small businesses in start-up and growth situations. It’s a little-known fact, but the federal government is the largest single investor in U.S. private equity funds.

  • E-Team Course and Program Development Grants · The NCIIA fosters student invention and entrepreneurship with the expectation that some student innovators will commercialize their services or products.

  • Toigo Fellowship · Welcomes applicants from all MBA programs an opportunity to expand and enhance their academic experience, leadership development and professional network in a unique and impactful way.

  • Kauffman Fellows Program · Kauffman Fellows are selected through two channels, determined by whether they are looking to enter the venture capital industry and have the opportunity to match with a Kauffman Partner Firm, or are currently in the industry and affiliated with a firm, who wishes to sponsor their education.

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