Career Services staff are available from 8:30-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. during the week of Sept. 19 for 15-minute appointments to help students prepare for the upcoming Diversity Meetup (Thursday, Sept. 22) and the HireTigers Meetup (Friday, Sept. 23). Have your resume reviewed, rehearse your introduction and learn how to research organizations of interest to you. No appointments or RSVPs necessary.
University Career Services at Rutgers University-New Brunswick invites Princeton students and alumni to participate in the NJ Statewide Career & Internship Fair on Friday, April 29 from 11 am to 4 pm at the Louis Brown Athletic Center (also known as the RAC) on Livingston Campus. Over 160+ employers will be seeking candidates for full-time, part-time, and internship positions.
Editors from Princeton University Press' humanities, social science, and science publishing programs will share tips on how to get a book published including writing a proposal, choosing a publisher and more. You'll also get an inside look at a career in academic publishing. Q&A to follow the presentation.
Learn how you can prepare for your summer internship and get the most out of the experience.
Co-sponsored by Princeton Women in Computer Science.
Stop by Career Services to meet the Career Services team and the student Peer Career Advisors who can help you make connections while you’re on campus and beyond.
Stressed about what comes next? Escape the daily grind to reflect on your passions and goals. Attend a Career & Life Vision workshop to discover new insights about yourself and develop a vision for the future. Food will be provided.
As any alum working in the field will tell you, it is a challenge to pursue opportunities in the creative fields—in fact, you will need to really channel your creative energies to land jobs and internships via a targeted search and tons of networking. This is primarily due to the fact that the recruiting process for organizations in the creative fields fundamentally differs from that of other industries. While our office conducts extensive outreach to employers within communications and the arts, they are often less likely to recruit on campus or post positions.
More than 300 students meet with recruiters to get job search advice and the "inside scoop" on industries and careers
Along with several other departments across campus, Career Services participated in the Data Privacy campaign coordinated by the Office of Information Technology in September and October of this year.