OfficeHours connects Princeton alumni mentors (each with subject matter expertise) with Princeton University faculty, students and alumni who seek guidance on specific challenges they are facing in their entrepreneurial pursuits. Finding and scheduling a meeting with a mentor is simple.
A partnership with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania brings executive education programming to Princeton faculty to help them take on advisory roles at companies formed around innovations from their laboratories and scholarship.
About the Council
The mission of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council is to engage the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem through educational programming, mentoring and funding.
attendees at PEC events nationwide and online since 2016
TigerTalks panel discussion and networking events since 2016
speakers and panelists at PEC events since 2016
in outside investment in Princeton Alumni Entrepreneurs Fund companies
PEC is part of the Office of the Dean for Research and a Princeton Innovation partner.
We strongly encourage participation from individuals who contribute to the University’s diversity, broadly defined, including members of groups that have been historically, and are presently, underrepresented in entrepreneurship.
- Jim Cohen '86AffiliationFitz Gate Ventures
- Mark Poag '93AffiliationFitz Gate Ventures
The START program is part academic fellowship and part startup accelerator. The goal of the program is to help aspiring commercial and social entrepreneurs translate academic scholarship into highly impactful new ventures.