Commonly Asked Questions
Catalyst Campus is here to help answer any questions you may have regarding our unique ecosystem. Find our frequently asked questions below, and if you have additional questions, contact us.
Catalyst Campus grants our partners access to competitive SBIR and STTR opportunities, training and development resources like the Small Business Development Center, Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center, and DOD SkillBridge, and exclusive collaboration opportunities with our many government, industry, and academic partners.
Our ecosystem and mission are very important to us, so we try to host events on a frequent basis. If you are interested in finding our events, visit the Events section of our website, or email us email@example.com.
Catalyst Campus is not a co-working space. Our partners have access to shared areas and workspaces, but these spaces are only available to those who are our cohorts and partnerships. To apply to be a member of our ecosystem, visit the “Join Our Ecosystem” page of our website.
Yes, Catalyst Campus currently has three locations, and as Catalyst Campus continues to grow and gain national success, we look to expand where partners in academia, government, and industry best fit our mission. If you would like more information on future expansions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catalyst Campus actively engages with community members, local government, chambers, and maintains strong partnerships with academic institutions. Catalyst Campus is a frequent member on panels and is a leading player in the Aerospace and Defense sector.
Currently, there is a waiting list to be a partner. However, we would love to talk to you about your desire to be involved with Catalyst Campus. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Catalyst Campus is not an educational institution; however, we are partnered with educational institutions. Catalyst Campus is a non-profit, trusted, agnostic partner that facilitates connections to initiate, cultivate, and enhance public-private partnerships to accelerate solutions for the execution of the National Defense Strategy.
There are multiple ways for you to get involved in our ecosystem. You can check our job postings in the “Resources” section of our website, and you can apply to become a partner through the “Get Started” section of our website. If you are a small business looking to join our accelerator program, you can apply on the Catalyst Accelerator website, https://catalystaccelerator.space. Catalyst Campus also accepts donations through the “Donate” tab on our website.
The Catalyst Accelerator starts with a curated problem statement that companies apply to participate in. Historically, some of the companies that apply and are chosen to participate in the cohort are non-Aerospace and Defense focused companies. Technology developed in our ecosystem can and have been used in other fields like healthcare. To learn more about the Catalyst Accelerator, visit their website, https://catalystaccelerator.space.
To learn more about what our ecosystem offers for SBIR and STTR partners, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Companies interested in joining the accelerator program should apply on the Catalyst Accelerator website, https://catalystaccelerator.space. On their website, you can also find answers to many accelerator questions.
The Catalyst Accelerator is a semi-residential, three-month, equity-free program that empowers nontraditional technology companies to accelerate their involvement in the national security ecosystem by providing connections, mentorship, and business development in a collaborative setting for a lasting national impact.
Companies join the Accelerator to build government connections, gain access to new commercial and government markets, accelerate and develop strategies and much more. To learn more about why other start-ups, entrepreneurs, and small businesses joined the Catalyst Accelerator, visit the Accelerator website, https://catalystaccelerator.space/faq/.
We currently have an accelerator which is a semi-residential program, but we are in the process of developing an incubator as well. Please stay tuned for future information in the future.
Our campuses are located in Colorado, Utah, and Maryland. Each campus offers its own unique set of partners and programs based on the region of the campus. We have partners that are specific to the Navy, Air Force, and Space Force, but we are always looking for new partners to reach the different demands of the DoD.