Loyola University Maryland

Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Loyola Angels

Two Loyola angels and a stained glass window on Loyola's campus

Loyola Angels is a $250,000 charitable fund at the Loyola University Maryland Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship that will enable a year-long interdisciplinary experiential classroom offering by funding investments in Maryland businesses, with a preference for those led by women and entrepreneurs of color.

Apply for Spring 2023 Course

Make a lasting impact on early-stage local companies as an angel investor. Students attend pitch meetings and analyze companies to recommend $10 - 20,000 for investments, with preference to fund women and founders of color.

This 3-credit internship (BA499) is by application only.

For more information, email Wendy Bolger at webolger@loyola.edu.



Photo showing the glass facade of the new Fernandez Center, attached to the former Beatty Hall
Innovation

Innovation at Loyola University Maryland

Loyola faculty and students are actively engaged in a movement focused on innovation, entrepreneurship, and design thinking.