eLab Summer Accelerator Open House/Info Session

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Location: 34 Chambers Street, Room 115

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Students, do you have an idea that you want to develop into a business? Are you already working on a startup out of your dorm room and need some guidance on how to get it off the ground? Come out to an info session to find out how you can be part of this exciting accelerator program this summer! All currently enrolled Princeton undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.

 

 

 

 

 

This session will feature High-Tech Entrepreneurship Professor Chris Kuenne, who will discuss how to write the best application for eLab. Don't miss it! 

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About the eLab Summer Accelerator

The Keller Center's eLab at Princeton University is a launch pad for student startups, a creative co-working space open to some of Princeton's brightest and most dynamic students. A 10-week long summer program awaits these students as they learn from the best innovators and investors and fine tune their nascent start up ideas to develop them into viable and scalable ventures. Over a period of ten weeks, students will work together in a supportive community of fellow entrepreneurs, work closely with assigned mentors and participate in various trainings and workshops.

Prior to the inception of the program, teams selected for the eLab meet with a faculty member to discuss their key project milestones, deliverables, and formalized plan of action. During the summer under the tutelage of their mentors, students work to achieve the milestones they have set for themselves. At closure of the summer program, the students participate in Demo Days in Princeton and NYC, at which they share their plans with investors, inventors, experts and others from the entrepreneurial community.

eLab Accelerator Program Benefits

  • Workspace at the Entrepreneurial Hub for the duration of the summer program
  • Assignment of experienced mentors in their field
  • Entrepreneurship curriculum with weekly lectures and presentations
  • A series of targeted workshops open exclusively to eLab participants
  • Networking opportunities with entrepreneurs, legal and accounting services, and investors
  • Seed funding for each team: 4K per student
  • Summer housing on campus 

Questions?

Contact Stephanie Landers, Keller Center's Program Manager, at slanders@princeton.edu.