Venture Sponsors Program

Led by the Keller Center at Princeton University, the Princeton University Venture Sponsorship Program aims to enhance collaborations with key venture and angel capital, legal counsel, and consulting partners in the entrepreneurial ecosystem with the aim of increasing and deepening mutually beneficial interactions among Princeton faculty, Princeton students, and sponsors of the Venture Sponsors Program to foster common entrepreneurial pursuits. 


The Keller Center is focused on the learning and doing of entrepreneurship. With the help of the sponsors of the Venture Sponsorship Program, the Center expects to create a larger entrepreneurial ecosystem at the University, which will help spur innovation and foster entrepreneurship on campus. In particular, the program will help: 

  • Transform Princeton University's curricular and co-curricular education in entrepreneurship.
  • Provide mentorship of Princeton students, post-docs, and faculty while engaging the wider campus community with expert practitioners.
  • Generate new profitable ventures and create investment opportunities for venture and angel capital.

If you are interested in joining or simply want to learn more about the Venture Sponsors Program and the associated benefits to becoming a member, please contact Cornelia Huellstrunk,