Connections are so important! Don't miss this opportunity to meet and speak with Princeton alumni from a variety of industries and fields, to learn about their career paths, understand how their major or concentration influenced their choices and (most importantly) get their advice on how to pursue your own career interests. Tables with alumni guests will be arranged by area of concentration and all students are welcome to attend. Light refreshments served.
Mr. Hammell was named one of Red Herring Magazine's 'Young Moguls' and NJ-BIZ's 'Forty Under 40' business leaders in NJ. He won first place in the 2001 Princeton University Business Plan Contest and co-founded Princeton Power Systems, serving as President and CEO until 2009 when he became Executive Vice President of Business Development. Co-sponsored by Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton Effiliates Partnership (Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment) and the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club.
Join Lee Dudka *77, President of Dudka and Associates for a guided networking session. Learn how to create the right connections to propel your career forward. Lee Dudka, strategic advisor to tech and phara, has served pharma since 1970. He's been an NIH fellow, payschotherapist (Rutgers Med School), consultant to Fortune 500, worked on health care reform 9HIEs) and advised a company lauching an electronic medical record (EMR). Earlier he taught at Princeton, Rutgers, and SUNY. He's coached C-level and beyond (BMS, J & J, Pfizer) including hundreds of teams.
Search TigerTracks NOW for Princeternship opportunities to visit alumni in their workplace over academic breaks and learn more about careers! Deadline to apply is November 5th.
Graduate students, are you interested in exploring a broad range of career options? In this session you will be able to meet and talk with 90+ graduate alumni from academic and non-academic career fields in a casual round-table setting. Graduate alumni are interested in sharing their stories and experiences with you. RSVP required. Refreshments will be served.
Sometimes, change is a good thing. Career Services' launched its first website way back in 1995. At that time, only users with a 'princeton.edu' host name could use the site. Since that time, the website has been revised twice — in 1998 and in 2008. To keep up with evolving technology in the field of career services as well as the needs of our students, alumni and the entire Princeton community, we have redesigned the website to reflect Web 2.0 trends.
From working at an auction house to meeting government leaders, Princeton University undergraduates participating in the Office of Career Services' Princeternship program explore potential careers by getting an inside look at the jobs of alumni. Since the program was re-launched in 2008, hundreds of students have spent one-to-three days during their academic breaks at alumni workplaces across the country, with a record number of students applying recently for more than 70 Princetern