How are you involved with the Keller Center?

I took part in Princeton Startup Immersion Program (PSIP) during the summer of 2018 in Tel Aviv, Israel during which I interned as a software engineer for cybersecurity startup Intezer. Furthermore, I got the opportunity to take part in an entrepreneurship series as part of this program by IDC Herzliya, featuring key figures in the Israeli startup scene.

What advice would you have for students about getting involved at the Keller Center?

I would advise students to take full advantage of the resources that the Keller Center has to offer both during the school year and during summers. What I found particularly helpful was browsing through the Keller Center website and making note of which things sound appealing, along with their application deadlines. I would also recommend attending any info sessions or talks that may be happening to talk with the people in charge of or participants of programs.

How have you beneļ¬ted from your involvement with the Keller Center?

Being a part of the PSIP Tel Aviv cohort gave me the opportunity to intern in an exciting, new city which I probably would not have gotten the chance to explore if it wasn't for the Keller Center. Not only did this help me grow professionally through experiencing a new work culture and overcoming challenges during my internship, but it also allowed me to become close to a great group of people who were also participating in the program along with me.