Finding Technical Help at Purdue
Places on campus to get advice on building a technical product
If you’re a startup founder, you will take on multiple roles at the same time. This is especially true if you are a sole founder or if you are at a very early stage. This can be a problem if you are a non-technical founder and you are focused on building a technology company. This post outlines the resources that you have on Purdue’s campus for acquiring technical help in software development, design, and engineering.
If you want to build a website, mobile application, or any other coding related product, reach out to any of these clubs below.
If you want to build a physical machine or prototype, reach out to any of these clubs below.
If you are looking for designers for software or industrial applications, reach out to any of these clubs below.
For any other forms of technical help or advice, first reach out to Burton D. Morgan or Purdue Foundry to point you in the right direction. I have also listed a few industry agnostic consulting organizations that might be of help to you. Finally, if you are looking for a student organization in a more niche industry, search for them on BoilerLink and reach out to their club sponsor so that the professor can point you to the best students.
If there’s are any organizations that you would like us to add to this guide, please let me know by emailing me: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Anvil is a student run, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and empower the entrepreneurs of Purdue University and the Greater Lafayette, Indiana community.
We provide a space for students interested in creating their own companies to meet other like minded peers and exchange ideas with one another, while providing events and resources for the student-run ventures getting their start in West Lafayette.