We're now funding companies that join The House Residency! Read more in our recent blog post here.
The House is a startup institute built for Berkeley, and home to Berkeley’s founders. We help build foundations for great businesses with a support platform providing founders at all stages with what they need, when they need it.
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The House Founders
Supporting Berkeley’s student entrepreneurs
How to Build the Future' is a 2-unit academic course (CS 198) designed to help Berkeley students learn more about startups. On a weekly basis, a combination of guest founders, investors, and faculty from campus come together to share their stories on starting a company.
The House Residency
Supporting Berkeley’s startups
The House Residency is a support platform built to provide Berkeley student, faculty, and alumni with what they need, when they need it to turn a startup into a scaleable, venture backable business. We’ll work with you to map out your next big milestones and build the pathway of resources to get you there – dedicated workspace at The House, experienced CEO mentors, closing the first marquee sale, on-boarding the first few thousand users, a host of resources to reduce the cost of running your business, connections to other resources and program on campus and in the Bay Area, and access to a pool of technical and non-technical advisors to solve specific problems along the way.
The House Fund
Investing in Berkeley’s best startups
A pre-seed and seed stage venture capital fund investing in Berkeley’s top student, faculty, and alumni startups.
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