Several opportunities providing professional development and real-life work experience for undergraduate students are available through Career Services. Interested students may apply for the positions in the HireTigers system.
Are you searching for a job or internship, or interested in making connections with alumni and employers? Come to Meetups for networking, recruiting and industry education.
The counseling appointment scheduling system will be offline until Monday, Jan. 26 due to an upgrade. The upgrade does not impact any appointments that have already been scheduled, and daily walk-ins will continue to be held from 2-4 p.m.
The Office of Career Services hosted the HireTigers Meetup for IT, Consulting & Finance from 12 to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5 in Frick Laboratory.
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.
Evangeline “Eva” Kubu has been appointed the director of external relations and operations at Princeton University's Office of Career Services, effective Sept. 22.
The Office of Career Services is excited to announce the launch of HireTigers (powered by Symplicity) a new career management site for Princeton students and alumni. This new system has replaced TigerTracks, the platform that had been in place since 1999.
On Thursday May 1, the Office of Career Services convened the first meeting of its inaugural Student Advisory Board. The board is part of the office’s new, more personalized approach to helping students achieve their career and life vision. Pulin Sanghvi, executive director of Career Services, commented on the role of the student advisory board, “We are committed to co-creating and reinventing Career Services with ongoing input from the students.
Each year, students responding to Career Services' annual summer experience survey share information about their experiences— including working, traveling or studying across the United States and the world. Last year, 71 percent of students responding to the survey spent the summer (or part of the summer) in the U.S. and nearly 28 percent at destinations around the globe.