Alimtas is a subteam of E-Club focused on promoting life science entrepreneurship and the biotechnology industry to Princeton University undergraduates through hands-on learning. In partnership with the Office of Technology Licensing, we help the university spin out promising life science technologies through rigorous due diligence, business strategy/planning, and venture creation.
The goal of the E-Club Alumni Relations Team is to further the mission of the club by developing and maintaining relations with Princeton University alumni interested in entrepreneurship. By targeting this goal, the Alumni Relations team will bring Princeton students in contact with alumni who are interested in entrepreneurship. This will have a positive effect on the students, showing them that there are a lot of alumni who choose to follow an entrepreneurial path. Additionally, the Alumni Relations team will help shift the focus away from finance and consulting on campus and help realize the mission of the E-Club of promoting entrepreneurship on campus in a meaningful way.
Arts and Entrepreneurship at Princeton was founded in 2017 by Bill Wescott, with support from Ryan Ozminkowski, Rachel Cooper, and Vignesh Rajendran. This year, this group has been absorbed into the E-Club, as part of our mission to expand entrepreneurship and emphasize diversity.
COFF is a community of kick ass women bringing female entrepreneurs together. We connect women engaged and interested in entrepreneurship and bring their stories into focus. Through panels, discussions, and mentorship, we enable everyone to learn from the experience of female founders.
HackPrinceton is Princeton’s biannual hackathon, attracting students from all over the world come together for 36 hours each fall and spring to create incredible software and hardware projects, learn new skills, and meet other hackers and company resentatives.
ICE Network is focused on connecting the Princeton E-Club with other networks and communities outside of the club, while spreading and cultivating a culture of entrepreneurship. ICE Network now includes over 30 entrepreneurship clubs from other universities, including MIT, Harvard, the University of Washington, and Yale.
Israel TigerTrek introduces Princeton undergraduates to the Israeli high-tech ecosystem through a one-week trip where they participate in conversations with Israeli entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and executives.
IgniteSTEM is transforming K-12 STEM education by disrupting traditional learning techniques and promoting project-based learning to foster students’ curiosity and creativity. With the contribution of partners including Google for Education and Major League Hacking, we train and connect educators across the world to envision and apply STEM differently. Our teachers hear from experts in our signature conference series, apply new ideas in the classroom with our developed project materials, and connect with savvy peers in our online platforms and social media. This team is committed to bringing lasting change in the classroom, and we need your help to make it happen: will you join the movement and revolutionize STEM in for the next generation of students?
Make Ventures Princeton (MVP) is Princeton's premier startup incubator. Our mission is to bring together Princeton's top talent and shape them into entrepreneurs. We're assembling the next generation of world leaders today and empowering them to build the billion dollar startups of tomorrow. MVP is backed by Y Combinator, Thiel Foundation, 8VC, FitzGate Ventures and many other leading firms. Our advisors include Co-Founder of Palantir, Ex-President of Box Inc., Founder of FiscalNote and Partners at Sequoia, 8VC, Y-Combinator and many other leading VC firms.
New York TigerTrek is a weeklong trip in NYC to meet with some of the city’s leading CEOs, VCs, founders, and more in closed-door, one-on-one sessions. 20 students are selected through a competitive application progress highlighting those with a demonstrated interest in entrepreneurship and technology. Past visits have included the CTO of Rent the Runway, Founder of Lux Captial, CTO of Two Sigma, Founder and CEO of FlatIron Health, and EVP of ESPN and Disney. The trip will take place during spring break, and applications will open in early 2019.
PIE is an online publication whose mission is to be the largest and best source of actionable career advice for student entrepreneurs across the country. Our team members have the opportunity to network with people working on all aspects of entrepreneurship, from startup founders to engineers to VCs. Our writers publish interviews and opinion pieces on our Medium page, which is viewed by thousands.
Rehack will be organizing a tech + design + ethics “reverse hackathon” on campus to encourage dialogue in and support the development of creative solutions that allow for greater and healthier relationships between people and their technology.
Silicon Valley TigerTrek is a fall break trip that brings together 20 of Princeton’s most curious engineers, designers, creators, and student entrepreneurs for a one week trip to meet with Silicon Valley’s legends. Participants spend time with tech company executives, startup founders, venture capitalists, etc in intimate off-the-record discussions, and receive 1-on-1 mentorship from top alumni in the Valley. Past sessions include Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO), Joe Gebbia (Airbnb Co-Founder), Jack Dorsey (Twitter/Square CEO), Alex Karp (Palantir CEO), and Peter Fenton (Benchmark GP). Applications: open 9/12; due 9/23. https://svtigertrek.com/
TigerLaunch is the nation’s largest student-run entrepreneurship competition of its kind dedicated to building a network of student founders at the university, regional, and national levels. Teams that advance from our regional competitions compete at Princeton for $30,000+ in prize money and an opportunity to pitch to top VC firms, including Sequoia Capital. We combine networking, mentorship, and funding opportunities to craft a unique experience that competitors can carry with them far beyond the competition.
TigerTables provides the opportunity for Princeton students to have small-setting unscripted, off-the-record discussions with CEOs, entrepreneurs, VC’s and other industry leaders in the startup community that focus on engaging the audience in various settings.