orientation session (open only to participating students) is intended to give all selected interns an overview of the
Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program. Now in its third year, the
Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program was established by The Keller
Center within the Princeton School of Engineering and Applied Science for
Princeton undergraduate students who are interested in experiencing and
learning from work assignments in entrepreneurial and startup enterprises.
This session will also give students the opportunity to meet others in the program and learn where they will be interning this summer. Attendance is required unless you have class at this time (or you are out of the country on semester abroad).
Also as part of the pre-departure programming for the Princeton Entrepreneurial Internship Program, the Keller Center will host a few sessions that will be very beneficial to students embarking on entrepreneurial internships this summer. This month, we have the pleasure of welcoming to campus a few Princeton graduates who have gone on to form their own entrepreneurial enterprises. Their stories are really quite inspiring and we think you will enjoy hearing more about their experiences.
April 11 at 4:30 p.m. in Friend 101
Nick Frey '09 and Drew Haugen *12, co-founders of Aluboo Bikes, Inc.
April 23 at 4:30 p.m. in Friend 101
Tim Ferriss '00, entrepreneur and author of The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef