Graduate students who are interested in exploring entrepreneurship as a career path, whether they are founding a company, seeking funds for a start-up, or wanting to work in a start-up organization, may utilize the many campus resources and programs designed for this purpose.
The Keller Center focuses on bridging technology and society through innovation, design, and entrepreneurship. The Center provides a broad range of interdisciplinary courses, co-curricular activities, workshops, and lecture series aimed at educating leaders for a technology-driven society.
Keller Center Fellows in Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship serve as key advocates and supporters of the Keller Center's role while honing their skills as leaders and entrepreneurs. Graduate and undergraduate students selected as fellows serve for terms of one academic year. The fellows are invited to special events and functions hosted by the Center and are eligible to apply for special funding to pursue individual and group projects.
The Council offers mentorship, networking and funding opportunities in the startup or entrepreneurial space. Graduate students are encouraged to take advantage of the many resources available. Explore more by visiting the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council website.
Princeton Innovation Center, powered by BioLabs, provides coworking lab and office space specifically designed to help high-potential hightech startups go further and faster on limited investment capital. The Center is available to companies formed by Princeton’s faculty, students and alumni, as well as by members of the wider New Jersey community. Visit the Princeton Innovation Center website for events and news.