CampusConnect

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“CampusConnect” is a comprehensive portal to facilitate the exchange of a product or service amongst students. Encompassing everything from textbook exchange to moving help, “CampusConnect” aims to expedite the day to day needs of students. By eliminating the scattered plethora of Facebook groups and fragmented email threads, this simple iPhone application will help Princeton students increase efficiency and alleviate stress. Using a netid login, students can easily access a secure and user-friendly mobile platform that can meet a wide range of their needs while still being concise and orderly. Our streamlined interface standardizes listings to mitigate anxiety from an overwhelming number of postings. Our mission is to minimize connections and maximize connections so that students can get the most out of their Princeton experience.

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    Divya Mehta '18

    Divya, originally born in India grew up in suburban New Jersey. Now a Junior in the Computer Science department, Divya is passionate about using CS to make people’s lives easier and more productive. She is also extremely interested in entrepreneurship as she is currently taking both Hi-Tech Entrepreneurship and Foundations of Entrepreneurship class this semester through the Keller Center. She is also the Director for the Business Today International Case Study and Impact Challenge Competitions. In her spare time, Divya can be found dancing either with BAC Hip-Hop Dance Company or Naacho South Asian Dance Company, and exploring restaurants on Nassau.

    Program: 2016-2017 eLab Incubator

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    Jackson Springer '18

    Jackson is a junior from Denver, Colorado pursuing a degree in History with a certificate in Engineering and Management Systems. On campus, he is a Project Manager with Princeton Business Volunteers, a member of Business Today, and a tutor with the Petey Greene Program. In the History department, his independent work focuses on the intersection of popular culture, art, and various political movements. Outside of school, he enjoys playing tennis and trying to read Wikipedia in Old English, and hiking (two truths and a lie).

    Program: 2016-2017 eLab Incubator

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    Alexa Wojak '18

    Alexa is currently a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Computer Science. She is from New York City (and loves bagels). On campus Alexa is a member of the Society of Women Engineers and works on development for the Computer Science Department. She spent the summer of 2015 teaching computer science, for the nonprofit Girls Who Code, to high school girls without the opportunity to otherwise explore the subject. In her free time Alexa enjoys the ballet, exploring coffee shops, and playing with her dog Latte.

    Program: 2016-2017 eLab Incubator