The Paul and Elizabeth Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement
Paul Montle, a 1969 alumnus, created the Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement to commend outstanding Tufts students who demonstrate entrepreneurial skills. An annual competition, the award helps kick-start future leaders in the business and non-profit world.
Prize: Up to $40,000 is awarded to one recipient or divided among two or three recipients.
The competition is open to Tufts undergraduate and graduate students in the Arts Science and Engineering Schools who have demonstrated entrepreneurial skills. Applicants to the Montle Prize for Entrepreneurial Achievement must have actively participating executive members in major roles who are one, or more, of the following:
Matriculated, degree earning Tufts University undergraduate student
Matriculated, degree earning Tufts University graduate student
Applications for endeavors in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors will be considered. Winners are encouraged to return to Tufts to help mentor others with entrepreneurial aspirations.