Style

Style

With a 5,400 sf working space, designed to perfection, you’re going to find your home here. With elements of the nations best co-working spaces infused into one seamless, flawless space, you’ll never want to leave. And thanks to a fully catered kitchen, and 24 hour access, you may never have to.

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sophistication

sophistication

What’s style without sophistication? With state of the art conference rooms, printing services, monitors, and I.T services, Spark Boulder has every tool in the toolbox. At Spark you’ll have everything you need to turn that ember into a full fledged fire.

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Students

Students

Specifically designed and built to meet students needs, Spark is a playground for student entrepreneurs. Whether you’re trying to bring your idea to life or forge your career path, you’ll find help at Spark. From mentors, resources, and events to internships and jobs, Spark will keep you moving forward.

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SPARK BOULDER IS A STUDENT DESIGNED AND CREATED COWORKING MEETS INCUBATOR SPACE, DESIGNED TO FOSTER CREATIVITY, PROGRESS TALENT, AND ACCELERATE INNOVATIVE IDEAS.

SPARK BOULDER IS A STUDENT ENTREPRENEURS PLAYGROUND THAT WILL ALLOW BOULDER AND THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO TO REMAIN AT THE FOREFRONT OF STUDENT INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP.

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  •  Mentorship 
  •  1 Conference Room 
  •  Regular Hours
  •  Kitchen & Amenities 
  •  Ultra High-Speed WiFi 
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  •  24 hour access
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  •  Lockable Storage 
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  •  Kitchen & Amenities 
  •  Ultra High-Speed WiFi 
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  •  Legal Services 
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  • Mail Service
  • Free Printing
  • Free Event Space
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Become a Spark Fellow: Jumpstart Your College Experience

Become a Spark Fellow: Jumpstart Your College Experience

Posted by Jamie Finney on Aug 26, 2015

Spark Boulder is hiring a Spark Fellow for the 2015-2016 school year.  If you are an undergrad student looking for real-world experience in a lot of places at once, this is a huge opportunity. Apply now! If you are curious as to why this is a huge opportunity, and why I owe my life to Spark, read on.   In May of 2014, Fletcher Richman, friend and Spark founder, told me that Spark was seeking two Assistant Directors for the summer and upcoming school year.  I promptly emailed back, informing him of my interest.  I knew I liked working with Fletcher; it sounded like good leadership experience; I needed a part time job.  Why not?  Alexandra Weiner and I were hired on as the Assistant Directors, and quickly introduced to the Spark way of doing things (#GetShitDone).  On day one, we were working on projects that would have an impact on the business – the first benefit of being a Spark fellow… Real Experience in Many Places at Once It’s becoming increasingly rare for an undergraduate degree to lead directly into a degree-related job.  Moreover, the All-American career path – going to college, getting a great job in your field of study, and retiring wealthy – is a thing of the past.  Going to college is still invaluable, as there’s no better environment to learn to think, learn to work, learn to work in teams, and learn who you are.  However, the intellectual playground of college, unfortunately, doesn’t reflect the playground of the real world. Before you get pumped out the other end of university with an pricey degree...

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Announcing Spark’s New Executive Director

Announcing Spark’s New Executive Director

Posted by Fletcher Richman on Aug 11, 2015

For many student created clubs, organizations, and companies, sustainability is an inherent challenge built into the cyclical nature of education. The initial energy is put into creating a brand, a mission, and a recognized organization, which often crumbles when the leaders graduate and move on to the next phase of their lives. A little bit of history When Ben, Bill and I first started working on the idea for what would become Spark, it was the spring of ‘13 and we were only worried about getting it running. Things moved quickly, and before we knew it we had raised money, hired a contractor, and were ready to launch in early 2014. Since we launched in February 2014, a large portion of my effort has been focused on understanding how to make sure that Spark is sustainable. At first, I focused on hiring energetic students and cultivating them into leaders who had many responsibilities and a clear impact on the future of the business. We had Colin Drake and Shane Blick get things moving the first semester, and when they left for the summer Alexandra Weiner and Jamie Finney came on. They’ve done an amazing job, helped shape Spark in many ways, and jumpstarted their own entrepreneurial careers. As they neared graduation, we brought on Harrison Wood and Jake Hurwitz to continue to carry the torch. It’s always been clear that empowering student leaders is important, but there needs to be a director who helps hire, guide, and support the students; however, we didn’t have enough cash flow to bring on the right person. This spring, with our student leaders...

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Spark Member Profile: Quintessentials

Spark Member Profile: Quintessentials

Posted by Fletcher Richman on Oct 30, 2014

As part of our regular series on Spark members and how they’re using the collaborative work space, Spark Associate Jake Hurwitz sat down with Travis Parke of Quintessentials to learn more about how the company’s unique care packages benefit college students. The company participated in Catalyze CU this past summer and was founded by Travis along with Keira Tideman and Jeremy Wicker. According to Travis, Quintessentials is “an online subscription service that delivers personal care items to college student on behalf of their parents. We spice them up with things like Justin’s Nut Butter and Bobo’s Oat Bars, as well as samples from other local businesses.” The care package goes beyond just “a teddy bear and a couple of chocolates,” as Travis explained. “It’s more of a collection of necessities for students and an opportunity to help small businesses gain exposure at CU through their sample items. We help out the student while also helping out their parents and various small businesses. Students find a ton of value in the products that we deliver, their parents love that they have an opportunity to constantly stay in touch with their children after they move out, and the small businesses really value the exposure they’re getting to the CU community.” Travis explained that the company has gotten great value from working at Spark, where the collaborative environment and networking opportunities have provided tremendous potential for learning. “I’ve learned more in the past 10 months working at Spark than I did in 4 years in college… the number of connected people that walk through the doors here is just incredible. The exposure...

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