The Princeton Entrepreneurship Club

In the last three decades, Princeton entrepreneurs helped found:

Our events and initiatives introduce students to entrepreneurship at Princeton. Sign up to hear about them here:

Our Programs
On Campus
Come to a talk or dinner, where you can meet and learn from the most talented makers and entrepreneurs on campus.
Off Campus
Join us on an NYC TigerTrek, a day-long visit to the most vibrant startups on the East Coast. Or travel with us to a hackathon or conference.
Silicon Valley TigerTrek
Every fall, we travel to California with twenty promising students, visiting executives at companies like Google and Facebook and founders and investors at top startups.
We organize HackPrinceton, the largest hackathon on campus with 200+ students. Most come to learn, hang out, and build their first product. Others have launched products and started companies.
Our Princeton Pitch (fall) and TigerLaunch (spring) events award over $50,000 in prizes every year. Winners have gone to Y Combinator and TechStars and created thriving companies.
Hack Classes
We teach introductory classes in web development, iOS development, and design. Learn the skills you need to build a product and business.
Hack Week
Over intersession break before spring semester, we organize a weeklong hackathon. Participants work on projects in the company of experienced entrepreneurs.
Speaker Series
We invite entrepreneurship leaders to speak at Princeton about their experiences. Past guests include Peter Thiel, Fred Wilson, Walter Isaacson, Meg Whitman, and Jack Dorsey.
The Alumni Network
Read about entrepreneurship after Princeton, and what our alumni have gone on to do.
The E Club Team
The Entrepreneurship Club's brings together a corps of 40 officers to make all our events happen. Read about them here.