Start or Grow a New Venture
Got an idea for a new business, product, nonprofit, or other venture? Or would you like to work with a team on developing their business?
- Get the resources and and support you need to start a new venture through our eLab Accelerator and Incubator programs
- Search Princeton startups
- Search internships at startup companies
- Pitch your idea for a chance to win prize money
- Take entrepreneurship courses
- Get venture capital funding and advice (Prospect Student Ventures)
Tackle a Societal Challenge
If you are looking to make a difference—whether on campus, in your local community, or globally—there are many ways to get started.
- Collaborate with students, community partners and advisers, and use design thinking to tackle a complex societal issue in our Tiger Challenge program
- Search internships that have a societal impact
- Apply for funding for a project to address a societal need
- Take societal impact courses
Present your research or business idea to an audience of angel investors, venture capitalists, students, faculty, staff, and members of the Princeton area entrepreneurial community at our annual Innovation Forum and win up to $15,000 in prize money.
Mentorship & Advising
The Keller Center is Princeton’s hub for entrepreneurial activity, and we offer an extensive network of alumni and professionals who would love to support student projects and goals.
- Get mentorship for a new venture as part of the eLab program
- Reach out to Keller Center faculty to start an informal mentoring relationship
- Get mentorship by experienced entrepreneurs including Princeton alumni (Prospect Student Ventures)
- Become a mentor (for community members and alumni)
- Search for a mentor based on areas of expertise at the Princeton Entrepreneurs Office Hours website
Creative & Collaborative Spaces
The Princeton Entrepreneurial Hub provides co-working and event space for the Princeton University community. It is home to eLab, Tiger Challenge, and the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.
The creative classrooms in the Von Neumann wing of the Engineering School serve as design and Community Project Studio classrooms as well as enrolled student studio space. Contact email@example.com for questions about the space.
Academic & Staff Positions
The James Wei Visiting Professor in Entrepreneurship is a key element of Princeton's broadening scope of design thinking and entrepreneurship education. Each year, our visiting professors offer novel courses and bring fresh perspectives to their work in and out of the classroom.
- The application period opens on September 15, 2021 for academic years 2022-2023 and 2023-2024.
- Be notified when the application period opens.
We are seeking two Graduate Student Educators to handle several responsibilities within our new Makerspace, the Keller Center Idea Lab.