OfficeHours is Princeton Entrepreneurship Council’s mentoring/advising program. OfficeHours connects Princeton alumni mentors (each with subject matter expertise) with Princeton University faculty, researchers, students and alumni who seek guidance on specific challenges they are facing in their entrepreneurial pursuits. If you have any questions about OfficeHours, please contact [email protected].
Find and schedule a meeting with a mentor
Finding and scheduling a meeting with a mentor is simple
- Search for a mentor by skillset and/or industry experience.
- Select a mentor and choose a 30-minute meeting time, in-person or by phone, during the mentor’s "office hours".
- Complete the information section, which provides important background for the mentor regarding the issue/challenge you'd like to discuss and the outcome you hope to achieve.
- Meet with your mentor.
About our mentors
Princeton alumni who have expressed an interest to help other alumni, students, and faculty are our OfficeHours mentors. They span industries from software, digital media, and biosciences to venture capital and law, and from technology and life sciences enterprises to social and arts enterprises.
Their areas of expertise include business development, fundraising, creating a compelling pitch deck, legal issues such as contracts, corporate structure, and IP rights, marketing, business planning, finance, operations, public relations and strategy.
They span four decades of graduation years and represent a diverse mix of backgrounds.
While each has specific skills and experiences, they all share an unwavering desire to help you and contribute to your success.