In 2011, the Keller Center established a summer internship program for Princeton undergraduate students who are interested in experiencing and learning from work assignments in entrepreneurial enterprises. The Keller Center, with the help of the network of Princeton alumni and supporters in the established Princeton Entrepreneurs’ Network (PrincetonEN or PEN), is undertaking this effort to encourage and facilitate such internships for Princeton undergraduates.

During the latter part of the spring semester, selected interns participate in a preparation program on campus featuring a few speakers or workshops designed to prepare them for being part of an entrepreneurial enterprise. Most summer internships will commence in the first or second week of June and must be a minimum of eight (8) weeks in length. Specific dates (and additional weeks) can be discussed between the employer and student.

To view internship listings, visit the Internships tab. To view the full listing click “Read More” in the bottom right corner of each box.

To read the stories of students who have participated in the program, visit the Students tab.