eWorkshops

In addition to full semester courses, the Keller Center offers workshops (short courses) that do not provide a credit or grade. These workshops are intended for Princeton students and researchers who would benefit from getting additional knowledge and skills in specific areas related to entrepreneurship, innovation, and design, and other related areas.

All workshops, which take place in the new Entrepreneurial Hub at 34 Chambers Street*, are open to Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students. Interested faculty, staff, and startups in the Entrepreneurial Hub are also welcome to attend. Sessions can last between two to four hours and refreshements are served. Registration is required for all workshops.

Past topics include:

  • How to go from concept to company
  • US Immigration Options for Entrepreneurs
  • How to de-risk your venture
  • Starting a Startup
  • Accounting for Entrepreneurs
  • Creativity and Inventing

Fall 2016 Workshops

Spring 2016 Workshops

For questions and suggestions about workshops please contact Stephanie Landers at slanders@princeton.edu or (609) 258-3979. 

 *Unless otherwise noted.