All internship opportunities for Summer 2013 are now listed. ***The deadline to apply is 11:59 p.m. on January 5, 2013***
Before you get started on your application, please take a look at the FAQ page.
To learn more about each of the Keller Center's internship programs, visit the left navigation links and read a brief description of each program below. On each site, you will find relevant internship listings, stories from past interns, important dates, events, and the internship application form.
IMPORTANT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: All internship positions listed on our websites are open only to Princeton University students.
Entrepreneurial Internship Program
The Keller Center has established a summer internship program for Princeton undergraduate students who are interested in experiencing and learning from work assignments in entrepreneurial enterprises. The Keller Center, with the help of the network of Princeton alumni and supporters in the established Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network (PrincetonEN or PEN), is undertaking this effort to encourage and facilitate such internships for Princeton students. Resources for entrepreneurial interns: Industry Guide
International Research Exchange Program (REACH)
The REACH program is an International Research Exchange Program (REACH). Princeton University partners with three German Ruhr universities: Ruhr University Bochum, University of Duisburg-Essen and TU Dortmund. Also part of the REACH program are the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and the Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI), a Hong Kong government sponsored research center. The mission of the REACH program is to offer students on both sides an eight-week, hands-on research internship in an international context. Participating students will be immersed in a new culture while working on a research project in their field of study. The program aims to broaden students' perspectives and enable them to become globally minded researchers and technologists.
Preparing to Lead Internship Program
As part of the Preparing to Lead internship program, students embark on internships in which they will receive exposure to mentorship and coaching. Employers designate a "Leader" -- a senior executive in the company -- who commits to spending time (about 30 minutes per week) in a two-way discussion with the student. Discussions can range from the meaning of leadership to the company's context in its industry to career guidance and advice.
The Ruhr Fellowship Program
The Ruhr Fellowship Program connects highly motivated students in the United States with a unique experience to expand their portfolio and networks to one of the most dynamic and technologically advanced areas in Germany. As Germany's "Cradle of Industry", the Ruhr Area has come to represent creativity and innovation with its internationally renowned companies, universities and research institutes. We are looking for top students interested in a new hands-on experience next summer as one of 10 Ruhr Fellows. From June 1st through July 31st, you will get to know the German higher educational system through a one-month culture and leadership program as well as the German work environment in a challenging one-month internship with one of the leading German companies and roundtable discussions with executives representing a variety of German global players. Note: the Ruhr Fellowship Program is listed as part of the Preparing to Lead Program. Interested students should apply on the Preparing to Lead Program website. Application deadline is January 5, 2013.