Growth Potential Consulting's Jennifer L. Smith presents on how to position yourself for success with the Princeton Public Library and PSG of Mercer County on Friday, January 27.

Journalist Terri Huggins will speak about how to build your portfolio and writing samples for an independent career on Monday, January 30, at the Princeton Public Library.

The Princeton Public Library brings figures like University professors Ellora Derenoncourt and Douglas Massey to discuss the right to stable shelter in a hybrid "Housing Justice Forum" panel event on Saturday, December 10.

The Keller Center hosts its '17th Annual Innovation Forum,' an annual competition and networking event for the Princeton community's projects in progress, on Tuesday, December 13.

Representatives from two Washington, D.C., think tanks, David J. Bier and Theresa Cardinal Brown, address the latest in immigration in a joint event from the NJBIA and NJ Business Immigration Coalition on December 1.

People Intell Institute managing partners Mike Palestina and Maggie Pazian present "Developing Your Personal Leadership Vision" on Friday, December 2 with the Princeton Public Library and PSG of Mercer County.

Rosser discusses areas of intellectual property including copyright, trademarks, trade secrets, and patents in a SCORE Princeton webinar on Monday, October 24.

    To celebrate the discoveries and entrepreneurial spirit of Princeton's community, the annual 'Celebrate Princeton Innovation' takes place Thursday, October 13 in the atrium of the Frick Chemistry Laboratory.

      Information technology professional David Schuchman will share tips for growing a business online, and leaving a good impression, in a webinar with SCORE Princeton on October 17.

        Recipients of this year's 'Historic Preservation Awards' from Preservation New Jersey will be celebrated for their achievements on the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the 1867 Sanctuary concert hall in Ewing.

        NJ's groundbreaking 2020 Environmental Justice Law, which seeks to protect low-income and communities of color from additional industrial pollution, is the first in the nation to end disparities in the siting of these facilities.

          Adults who are seeking to become familiar with the internet and using email are invited to register for Internet and Email Basics, a six-week series beginning Wednesday, July 20, at Princeton Public Library.

          Most New Jerseyans appreciate the natural benefits of public open space, but those who work to preserve and maintain these spaces see its economic value as well. 

          “Building a Place for History: Rediscovery and Renewal 2022” is an all-day affair on Friday, June 3, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. that features a choice of nine educational sessions, historic tours, a marketplace, lunch, and a closing reception for networking.

            Mercer County Community College has teamed up with New York-based Fusemachines to help business owners discover the benefits of Artificial Intelligence technology with its upcoming eight-week course “Artificial Intelligence for Professionals.”