Do you have a quick question for career adviser? Career Services offers 15-minute walk-in sessions for students without appointments from 8:30-10:30 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and 3-5 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Some of the common questions covered during walk-in sessions include:
Looking to strengthen your portfolio? Career Services is seeking a creative student with interests and skills in graphic design, video editing, social media, and/or web development. This paid position will involve designing web and print materials, helping maintain Career Services' social media sites and working on marketing campaigns to promote the office's resources and services for students.
Members of the Class of 2016 will need to set up a new password to access the Handshake system beginning Monday, August 1. Handshake, the online career management system provided by Career Services, is available for all students and alumni to schedule appointments with Career Services, browse a database of job and internship opportunities, manage application materials and more.
Instructions for setting up a new Handshake password
Q&A with Simon Wu '17, the student coordinator for the Arts/Work program in New York City this summer sponsored by Career Services, Lewis Center for the Arts and Princeton Arts Alumni.
Pulin Sanghvi, executive director of Career Services at Princeton University, appeared on Marketwatch to discuss the importance of service to Princeton students and alumni as they pursue a career.
Pulin Sanghvi, executive director of Career Services at Princeton University, appeared on Bloomberg Advantage to discuss our philosophy and how we help students as early as freshman year begin to discover their interests and engage in career exploration. Listen to the whole story here.
Beginning the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 26, the login page of Handshake, the online career management system for students and alumni, will be slightly different.
Princeton University and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law have created a scholarship and mentoring program for Princeton students interested in pursuing legal education.
Each year the Princeton Law Scholars program will offer at least two graduates admitted to the Maurer School of Law scholarships amounting to approximately 50 percent of annual tuition, along with access to a formal mentoring program. The scholarship will reduce the cost of law school tuition over three years by $45,000 to $75,000, depending on the student’s residency and other factors.
Amy Pszczolkowski, associate director of graduate student career services has been named the president-elect of the Graduate Career Consortium.