Now Accepting Applications

Apple Entrepreneur Camp’s technology labs in Cupertino, California take place once a quarter. Applications are accepted worldwide and on a rolling basis, so you can apply for any dates that are currently scheduled. Learn about eligibility requirements and the application process.

Upcoming Schedule

January 28–February 8, 2019
Closed December 14, 2018. No longer accepting applications.

April 1–12, 2019
Closed January 18, 2019. No longer accepting applications.

July 16–24, 2019
Closed May 1, 2019. No longer accepting applications.

October 15–23, 2019
Apply by August 16, 2019

What’s Included

Apple Entrepreneur Camp consists of an immersive technology lab, as well as mentorship, education, and support. Selected organizations receive the following free of charge:

  • One-on-one code-level guidance from Apple engineers at a hands-on technology lab in Cupertino, California.
  • Ongoing support from an Apple Developer representative for at least one year.
  • One year of membership in the Apple Developer Program.
  • Up to two tickets to WWDC for the woman* founder, co-founder, or CEO and woman developer.
  • Access to the Apple Entrepreneur Camp alumni network, a world-class group of inspiring and ambitious senior women leaders.
  • Group childcare can be arranged free of charge for children ages six weeks through five years, and will be provided by a third party. A mother’s room is also available.

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for Apple Entrepreneur Camp:

  • Your organization must have:
    • A woman founder, co-founder, or CEO;
    • A woman developer proficient in Swift or Objective-C; and
    • A developed app or functional build that you can demo live.
  • You must be 18 years of age or older and proficient in English.
  • The woman founder, co-founder, or CEO, the woman developer, and another employee (if applicable) must be 18 years of age or older, proficient in English, and able to attend together for the entire duration of the lab.
  • Attendees must be able to bring their own laptop to work on their code in the lab.

Application Summary

The application consists of four parts, which include uploads and prompts for written responses.

Organization details. Tell us about your organization and provide contact information for up to three employees who would attend if your organization is selected.

Your app. Provide details about your app and development team. You may include a download or demo link, as well as up to three screenshots or wireframes that best illustrate the user experience.

The future. Describe what you plan to gain from participating in Apple Entrepreneur Camp, as well as your plans for the future.

Additional information. Select the dates for which you’d like to apply and provide any additional comments. If you are a nonprofit organization, you may also apply for flight assistance, if needed.

Your application will be kept on file for one year.

Review Criteria

Applications will be reviewed based on:

  • Content of written responses to the questions in the application form;
  • Commitment to development for Apple platforms using the latest Apple technologies; and
  • Whether the app is unique or innovative.

Terms

To apply, you’ll need to agree to the Apple Entrepreneur Camp Application and Attendance Policy.

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