Do you have an idea, invention, or creation that you want to share with the world? The Microsoft Patent Program was recently developed to support the next generation of amazing women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). This program will provide women with the opportunity to develop their ideas, gain mentorship from a board of Microsoft women, and ultimately file for a U.S. patent.
Did you know that filing for a patent in the US can cost up to $15,000? For those selected for the program, Microsoft will pay for the patent prep and filing.
To apply you must 1) have a project or idea currently in development, and 2) be female or be part of a team application that includes at least one female member. All ages, education levels, and locations are welcome!
If interested in applying to this program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Microsoft Patent Program.”
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