Anyone who wants to grow as a person welcomes tips for success. The Resource for Engineering Ventures, or REV as it is known, is an organization out of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Undergraduate and graduate students run the organization, and it is funded by the university. This past February they held an event in association with the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education at the brand-new Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex, which officially opens in April 2017. Its purpose was to give a chance for students and recent grads who are doing startups to be mentored by business leaders, instead of just focusing on studies. Students, faculty, and business leaders were all mingling and learning. It was quite the experience.