By Jenna Duncan
Students can apply to take place in a "Shark Tank" style competition to get money to start their business concepts and earn up to $10,000.
Jerome "Bruzzy" Westheimer, a UNT alumnus and philanthropist based in Oklahoma, is funding the Westheimer New Venture Competition, which is set for Friday, April 28.
Teams of three can apply, and 12 will be chosen to pitch their plans at the event to a panel of judges in 15-minute presentations. First-place winners will get $10,000, second place gets $5,000 and third place gets $1,000.
To apply, students need to be at least...