Dojo reaches future biotech leaders at undergrad institutions
Dojo is a global community of curious undergraduate looking to learn or build in biotech. We offer a number of programs to help provide undergraduates with the necessary education and network to contribute to the bioeconomy.
How do I get involved with the community outside of Dojo’s current programs?
Our discord server is the main publicly-accessible forum for all of Nucleate Dojo. Feel free to join, meet fellows from each program, hop into community wide discussions, and be the first to hear about internal updates and events. Click anywhere on this text to join.
Are programs only limited to undergraduates?
Program participants are primarily made up of undergraduates from first year to fifth years. We do make exceptions so long as an applicant will not be in a graduate program during the duration of their time at a Dojo program. For graduate students looking to get involved, check out how to get involved with Nucleate's chapters across the world.
What are the expectations on time commitment?
It varies from program to program:
DojoBuild participants are expected to commit to at least 10 hours/week, primarily through attending workshops, group discussions, and their real-world consulting project with our partnered startup.
DojoExplore participants are expected to commit to at least 2 hours/week, primarily through attending learning sessions.
Who owns these ideas I generate?
All participants maintain the right to continue developing their venture concepts however they wish. Nucleate does not take ownership of your IP.
Can I participate in DojoBuild and DojoExplore at the same time?
Due to the time commitment associated with both programs, we limit the participation of each individual to one program.