Application Procedures for the GE2 Workshop and GE2 Junior Workshop

Start by logging into the GE2 Idea Platform.

  1. Use your email to create a student profile. All students must create a PROFILE:
    • Register with a Gmail or Outlook email, Facebook account, or your University of Massachusetts Lowell email.
      • To register with Gmail, Outlook, or Facebook, choose the option at the bottom of the page: Don't have a University Account, and click: Log in with a different account.
      • To register with a University of Massachusetts Lowell account, at the top of the page, enter your email and password.
    • Click on the Create Profile button
      • While creating your Profile, you must decide if you are a Team Maker OR a Team Seeker.
      • If you have an idea and will be a Team Captain, choose: Team Maker.
      • If you are looking to join a team, choose: Team Seeker.
      • All team members must first create a Profile.
      • Proceed to Team Captain or Team Maker.
  2. Team Captain
    • To ask someone to join your team, go to Team Seekers, and click on the mail icon next to their name. If they accept your request, you will receive a confirmation email.
  3. Team Seeker
    • To join a team, look at current teams, ideas, and the skills they need:
      • To request to join a team, email the Team Captain by clicking the mail icon next to the Team Captain name.
      • If the Team Captain accepts you onto the Team, you will receive a confirmation email.
  4. Final Step – All Teams Require Approval from GE2
    1. GE2 will review all team ideas and you will receive an email with the approval.
    2. Once your team is complete, GE2 will “approve” your team if it meets the team guidelines. (see Team Guidelines below). You will receive a confirmation email informing you that your team has been approved.
    3. If your team is not approved, the team captain will receive an email stating the reason. In such cases, you will need to return to the Idea Platform and resolve the problem before requesting approval again.

Team Guidelines

  • Teams should include 2–5 team members.
  • Teams must include members from different countries.
  • Students should be on 1 team only.
  • Team Captains should create no more than 1 team.
  • All teams require 1 Team Captain. The Team Captain is the only member of the team with the ability to add or remove team members.