Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way is defined as follows: you are an entrepreneur anytime you initiate transformation through risk-taking actions and value-creating organizations.
Are you a Princeton faculty or alum with an entrepreneurial idea looking for access to funding or mentorship? Or an alum who wants to give back? The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council can help connect you to the resources that you need.
Are you a Princeton student with an entrepreneurial idea? Through the Keller Center, Princeton has a wide range of resources that can help you build and advance your idea.
And join the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club, the University's largest club on campus, meet fellow entrepreneurial Tigers, and work on some of the nation's largest student entrepreneurial programs!
Are you a Princeton graduate student, post-doc, or faculty member that wants to translate your innovative research into something impactful for the greater community? Or a member of industry interested in collaborating with Princeton? The Office of the Dean for Research can help you engage and make the connections that you need.