HireTigers Career Advocate Program Key Features

As a member of the HireTigers Career Advocate Program, your organization will have the opportunity to enhance its presence among students, faculty, staff and alumni; increase engagement with the Princeton University community; meet specific recruiting needs; and build a stronger brand on campus. Additional key features for organizations enrolled in the program include:

  • Early registration for the on-campus recruiting program at Princeton

  • One free resume book per academic year with resumes of undergraduate and graduate students who express interest in your organization

  • Opportunity to engage with the Career Services team and key faculty and staff at a HireTigers Campus-wide Career Summit

  • Opportunity to engage with Princeton undergraduate and graduate students in the Career Education Through Recruiting program

  • Increased exposure in Career Services’ publications

  • Recognition in waiting areas at Career Services

HireTigers Campus-wide Career Summit

Add your organization's voice and input to a new annual summit designed to bring HireTigers Career Advocates together with Princeton faculty and staff across campus. This forum will increase your organization's exposure to academic departments, administrative offices and student services. You will have the opportunity to raise awareness of talent acquisition and onboarding trends specific to your industry or organization, to share feedback about your recruiting experiences at Princeton and provide input to inform professional development programs and recruiting policies.

Career Education Through Recruiting program

Princeton students are interested in organizations who will invest in their professional growth and personal branding. This program provides opportunities for Career Advocates to engage with students in a group setting or on a one-on-one basis. Career Services will coordinate all the logistical details on campus and will widely promote and publicize your organization’s participation in the program. Some options include:

  • Professional development workshops, panels or talks
    Deliver educational programs for students led by your organization’s employees that will cover important workplace topics and preparation for internships and entry-level job opportunities. Potential topics include diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace; personal branding; job search skills; domestic and global business etiquette; corporate social responsibility; industry trends; emerging technologies; and leadership development.

  • Employer-in-residence advising appointments
    Offer industry insights and advice on a wide range of career-related topics including recruiting processes, job search strategies, career paths, interviewing and resume writing on a one-on-one basis.

Are you interested in enrolling your organization or learning more about the program? Please contact us at hiretigers@princeton.edu.