Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Carl A. Fields Center, Room 104
Other: Light refreshments will be served
The Keller Center will host its second annual "Celebrate Entrepreneurship at Princeton" reception on Tuesday, October 16th in the Carl A. Fields Center on the Princeton campus. At the event, students who participated in the 2012 Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program will give brief presentations on their summer internship experiences. A light reception will follow.
Faculty, staff, and students (undergrad and grad) are invited to attend this event to learn more about the program and network with the growing entrepreneurial community. Local startups are also welcome to attend!
About the Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program
In 2011, the Keller Center established the Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program for Princeton students interested in experiencing and learning from work assignments in startup companies and entrepreneurial enterprises. With the help of the network of Princeton alumni and supporters in the established Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network (PrincetonEN or PEN), the Keller Center has undertaken this effort to encourage and facilitate such internships for Princeton students.
During the latter part of the spring semester, all of the selected interns participate in a preparation program on campus featuring a few speakers and sessions designed to prepare them for being part of an entrepreneurial enterprise. The students then embark on their 8-week summer internships at various startup companies around the United States. To read about the experiences of past interns, visit this page
The Keller Center hopes to add a few international opportunities to the program for Summer 2013. For startups interested in joining the program, this link
provides more details.