FSAG: (Farmingdale Student Alumni Grant)
Start-up Stublink Wins $2,000 Farmingdale Student Alumni Grant
April 23, 2018, Economics major Robert V. Checco and Chris Cedeno, Computer Programming and Information Systems, have won a $2,000 Farmingdale Student Alumni Grant for their start-up company, Stublink.
The Farmingdale State College Alumni association has created an annual Farmingdale State College Grant (FSAG) to be awarded to a student for development of an entrepreneurial business plan. The goal is to provide a platform for entrepreneurial endeavors and professional growth for a deserving student while fostering a continued alumni connection with the student and their business.
The project will be presented to students at the beginning of the Spring Semester. It requires submission of a new business plan which will be presented to and judged by a review committee. The judges will choose the best plan and the winner will then be awarded the grant funding of $2000 to supplement the startup of their business. *This competition is open to all students in all curriculums within the School of Business: Business Management, Global Business, Computer Systems, Economics, Sport Management, Urban Horticulture & Design, and Visual Communications.*
New business are not restricted in any way and should be as creative as possible. Selection criteria will be based on idea development, financial planning, innovativeness, functionality, and presentation. A presentation schedule will be developed and the winner will be selected by April 10, 2018. The award will be presented to the winner in May (date to be determined.)
Preliminary Selection Committee
Joe Egan, President, Alumni Association Board of Directors
Dr. Richard Vogel, Dean, Farmingdale State College Business Department
Dr. Jill O' Sullivan-Advisor for the Competition
Business Plan Outline