Princeton Entrepreneurship Council manages the following entrepreneurial educational programming opportunities:
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.
Tiger2Tiger is a PEC series of practical skills-building workshops led by entrepreneurial Princeton alumni and faculty.
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.
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 each class. If you are a faculty member of a higher educational institution in NJ and interested in learning more, reach out to Anne-Marie Maman.
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.
Other Princeton and Non-Princeton Opportunities
Princeton's annual innovation and entrepreneurship conference. Engage is a Princeton Innovation event managed by the Office of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations.
GradFUTURES® is a campus-wide professional development initiative to empower graduate students with the professional competencies and connections they need to chart their future with clarity and confidence. GradFUTURES hosts several events focused on innovation and entrepreneurship throughout the year.
The Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education at Princeton University creates societal impact through entrepreneurship, design & design thinking, and innovative education.
The eLab Accelerator is a summer program offering resources, mentorship, funding, a specialized entrepreneurship curriculum, and a collaborative co-working space to help teams develop their startup ideas into viable, scalable ventures.
The Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Northeast Hub provides entrepreneurial training, mentoring and resources to enable researchers to translate their discoveries into benefits for society. The Hub is dedicated to delivering benefits in health care, the environment, technology and other areas while building skills and opportunities among researchers from all backgrounds, including those historically underrepresented in entrepreneurship.
Founded in 1999, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) is an entirely student-run organization which aims to foster student entrepreneurship at Princeton.
Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs is the premier co-working space for science startups in New Jersey — a unique place where you can test, develop and grow your game-changing ideas. PICb hosts many educational programming opportunities and events throughout the year.