In-Depth Guidance and Support for SBIR/STTR
Proposal Package Preparation
Arrowhead Center’s SBIR/STTR Accelerator (ACSA) provides the structure and support you need to put together a strong proposal package.
For this iteration of the ACSA program, participants must be an active client in the New Mexico Resilience and Growth (NM CERG) cluster. You can apply to ACSA and be on-boarded into NM CERG before the cohort starts. If you are interested in participating, you can find out more about NM CERG, which helps clean energy companies commercialize their solution, at the link below.
Economic Development Officer
A member of the NM FAST team for five years, Del has extensive experience in helping clients prepare SBIR/STTR proposal packages for every agency.
In his career at LANL, Tim supported DOE as a reviewer for SBIR/STTR proposals. Post-LANL, Tim worked in the private sector preparing and submitting SBIR/STTR proposals.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does ACSA cost?
What is the time commitment for participation?
Does participation in ACSA guarantee me a SBIR award?
I don’t live in Las Cruces – can I still participate?
Yes! ACSA is a program delivered virtually. You can participate from anywhere.
I don’t have grant writing experience – can I still participate?
This accelerator is an initiative of the NM CERG program, which is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Technology Transitions