The Fisher Prize for Innovation

Last month, our fearless founder, Natalie Tung, was nominated for and received the A. James Fisher, Jr. Memorial Prize. This prize was awarded to Tung for her entrepreneurship work combined with her passion for community service and engagement. You can learn more about the prize and what led Tung to eventually start HomeWorks here: https://pace.princeton.edu/news/natalie-tung-receives-fisher-prize.  

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The 2017 eLab Summer Accelerator Program Cohort

Our team is extremely grateful that we got the opportunity to participate in the 2017 eLab Summer Accelerator Program. Not only did we appreciate having access to the wonderful resources and space that the Keller Center provided us, but we were also grateful for the opportunity to learn about and collaborate with the other teams […]

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2017 eLab Demo Day

Hello everyone! We just wanted to update you about our team’s pitch at the end of the eLab Summer Accelerator Program. We pitched at the Demo Day Showcases, one at Princeton, and the other at AppNexus in New York. Both pitches were successful and you can read more about the audience’s reaction to our pitch […]

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Mid-Program Update!

Afternoon everyone, This is Jordan, the programming coordinator here at HomeWorks, and I am writing to share more information about what our scholars have been learning for the past three weeks. Tonight, after family pot-luck, we will begin our final week at HomeWorks Summer Scholars. These past four weeks have flown by, but the lessons […]

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Our Food Partners

The HomeWorks team would like to extend our deepest gratitude to a few organizations that will help supply food for our program: Honeybrook Farm in Pennington for donating fresh produce to us every week and Gary Giberson from Sustainable Fair LLC, for providing healthy, daily meals, as well as Wegmans and Whole Foods for donating […]

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Sweet Success

Hi, Eli again! I have some important information to relay about our recent successes. First, we launched our first HomeWorks Summer Scholars residential program for five highly motivated young ladies! Here they will learn and grow together while performing community focused projects and a plethora of activities to give them (and us!) a fun summer. […]

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Work, Work, Work, Work, Work, Work …

Greetings and salutations everyone! I’m Eli, a member of the HomeWorks team. We have had a WHIRLWIND of a time these past few weeks working to begin our summer pilot program. From getting insurance, to meeting with community leaders, interviewing potential families, and securing a house… we’ve been a busy bunch! This experience is one […]

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Behind-The-Scenes Heroines And Heroes

Hello once again! I just realized that I neglected to mention that apart from the HomeWorks team members that are featured on the Team Page, there are many other people behind the scenes that have been instrumental in getting us to the position that we currently occupy. These people include: our mentors and advisors, our […]

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We Are HomeWorks!

Hello everyone! The Millennial here. The HomeWorks summer team is hard at work as we are trying to set up our minimum viable product (MVP): the HomeWorks Summer Scholar program. We are busy hiring a House-Mom and a House-Sister, securing a house, figuring out insurance and legal details, and etc. This program will be a […]

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International Women’s Day at Artworks

This Wednesday on Women’s International Day, Shohini and Natalie visited Artworks in Mill Hill Trenton to support the Women’s Day event. This event was held to celebrate single mothers. There was a room full of clothing, toys and housing appliances available for single mothers to take home. Additionally, community organisations such as Isles, Children’s Future, […]

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