The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council organizes a wide range of educational programming opportunities for members of the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem, spanning a wide range of sectors including tech, life sciences, social impact, arts and humanities, and more.
PEC works closely with many on- and off-campus partners to support Princeton entrepreneurs through educational programming.
We can help you build entrepreneurial skills and connect you to resources to help you in your startup or entrepreneurial project, no matter where in the process you find yourself.
TigerTalks is PEC's signature panel discussion and networking series featuring faculty and alumni entrepreneurs discussing a particular topic from both founder and funder perspectives.
The aim of PEC's Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference is to educate, inspire, and engage the Princeton entrepreneurial ecosystem and to celebrate Princeton alumni, faculty, and student entrepreneurs.
Tiger2Tiger is a PEC series of practical skills-building workshops led by entrepreneurial Princeton alumni and faculty.
Supporting Academic Entrepreneurship
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.
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.
Three faculty members from NJ academic institutions outside of Princeton are included in…
A lecture series designed for Princeton faculty innovators across all disciplines, featuring leading experts in startup creation.
The Princeton Startup Bootcamp, Powered by VentureWell, is an intensive entrepreneurship workshop for Princeton grad students and postdocs.
An annual national conference and startup pitch competition celebrating underrepresented academic entrepreneurs. Empower is a Princeton Innovation event managed by Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.