YOUNGSTOWN — Six Youngstown State University students have been selected to take part in the Monus Entrepreneurship Fellows Program and are working with Youngstown Business Incubator portfolio companies this semester.
Two of the students are from the Mahoning Valley.
Richard Salmen of Canfield has been assisting H.C. Analytics, the software company that developed the artificial intelligence-based Appointment Recommender application, which optimizes health care patient scheduling by maximizing efficiency while minimizing no-shows.
My Le of Youngstown assists Teametrix to develop its marketing software platform, which helps companies market online, convert prospects and enhance corporate brands.
"Being a Monus Fellow has provided me close-up insights about start-ups in the local area, opportunities to implement knowledge into real actions and set a firm foundation for the next step in my professional career," Lee said in a news release.