Team Building in Princeton, New Jersey
A historical location for meetings of great minds for more than 200 years, Princeton will inspire your next team building activity or corporate training. Princeton is a vibrant university town, rich in history, and a variety of activities to offer for your next event.
Explore Historic Princeton with GeoTrek
The history and intellectual atmosphere of Princeton creates an adventure bridging past and present when you discover it through our GeoTrek team building program. Blending technology and adventure, teams can begin their event at Palmer Square. Your team of 4-5 uses a GPS unit, maps and clues to navigate through the vibrant, compact downtown and the maze of campus walkways at Princeton University. Your team’s strategy may involve racing to visit famous figures in the Princeton Cemetery and locate hidden caches further afield (worth more points) or collecting more accessible answers in the central business district. On-the-go challenges call upon problem-solving skills and encourage collaborative solutions. GeoTrek, a memorable team bonding activity, reveals teams’ hidden strengths, applicable for cross-functional teams in ever-changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Princeton
Combine Princeton’s love of golf with philanthropy and fun for your next team building event with our Golf for Goodness Sake program. Participants blend innovation, imagination, and corporate social responsibility as they build a mini-golf course out of non-perishable food items, and following a Tournament round donate items to a local Food Bank. Continue focusing on team dynamics with our Stages of Team Development workshop on the picturesque wooded grounds of the Princeton Marriott in Forrestal Village.
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