EP 63: Simplifying Primary Care for Doctors and Patients
Zachary Sweeney | Co-Founder and CEO of Lolly Medical
Zachary Sweeney is a senior in the Huntsman Program at UPenn and grant recipient from the 10,000 Entrepreneurs program (or 10KE), an initiative of Alumni Ventures Group aimed at helping young adults explore entrepreneurial careers. As Co-Founder and CEO of Lolly Medical, Zach and his team are building a healthtech platform that allows patients to schedule a doctor’s appointment with the push of a button. We caught up with Zach to learn about Lolly and his entrepreneurial journey as a self-described “farmer turned founder.”
The 10KE program provides undergraduate college students with stipends for summer work at a fast-growing company or their own startup. In 2020, 10KE plans to award a minimum of 25 scholarships, $2,500 apiece for individuals and $5,000 apiece for teams.
Apply for the 10KE Internship Grant by March 23, 2020 to be considered in the second round of applicants.
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