Princeton Tiger Entrepreneur Award (TEA) Nomination
Join us in celebrating entrepreneurs across the Princeton community.

The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) presents the Tiger Entrepreneur Award, a new, prestigious award designed to celebrate the value of entrepreneurship and innovation across the Princeton community and to emphasize the University’s commitment to Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way.

This annual award will be given to up to four individuals (or teams of) undergraduate students, graduate students, or early career alumni who demonstrate success in entrepreneurship. Recipients will receive a certificate and a plaque.

The Princeton Entrepreneurship Council’s Administrative Committee will select winners in early May.

Please email pecinfo@princeton.edu with any questions.

Information about the Nominee
Eligibility: For the 2017 Award, eligible candidates are Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students, or alumni who received degrees from Princeton University after January 1, 2012 from any undergraduate or graduate program on campus.

Students/alumni applying to the award must be nominated by a Princeton University faculty or staff member, student, or alumnus. An eligible candidate can approach potential nominators to seek nomination, or self-nominate.

Nominee(s) First Name
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Nominee(s) Last Name
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Nominee(s) Email Address
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Nominee(s) Phone Number
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Nominee(s) Graduation Year
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Nominee(s) Department/Major
Please use the department's 3-letter code (ie: COS, MOL, ENG)
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How has the nominee(s) initiated transformation through risk-taking actions and/or value creating organizations?
The nomination letter should be a one-page overview of the nominee’s entrepreneurial endeavors that addresses the prompt. Recommended length: 250-500 words (500-1000 characters).
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