2013-2014

Seniors: Check In Before Check-Out

All this week! Meet with a career counselor to discuss your post-graduation career plans. We understand that this can be both an exciting and stressful time for seniors--and we want to help you on the road to realizing your goals! If you are seeking opportunities or are in the process of deciding which path to choose, we invite you to stop by during walk-in hours this week (or schedule an appointment with one of our career counselors some time before graduation).

GradSpeak

Join John Weeren, director of PrincetonWrites, and Amy Pszczolkowski, graduate student career counselor, in a safe and supportive environment to build upon your public speaking skills. In this fun and interactive session, everyone will have an opportunity to practice and learn from one another, developing verbal fluency and confidence through collective feedback. We will be meeting monthly throughout the summer: May 22, June 26, July 17, August 21. Come when you are able, and you do not need to commit to all sessions. Please bring a lunch and we'll provide the dessert.

Career & Life Vision (during Reunions)

Open to students and alumni. A highly personalized approach to career management is at the core of the new strategic direction for Career Services. This workshop, led by the new executive director of Career Services, Pulin Sanghvi, offers a powerful set of concepts, frameworks and reflections to help you discover new insights about yourself and what matters most to you. The workshops leverages frame-shifting concepts, introspective exercises and small group interactions to help you articulate your values, beliefs, purposes and vision for the future.

Women's Entrepreneurship Workshop with Guest Speakers: Barbara Duvoisin '84 and Alison Milam '03

Join two Princeton alumnae for a strategic brainstorming session as they prepare to restructure a new app called myShoebox. Barbara Duvoisin '84 and Alison Milam '03 are taking their strategic issues to their target market - YOU! This session will incorporate creative, audience-centered activities that will influence the company's decisions on direction and product features. Join us to understand what it truly means to be an entrepreneur, contribute your opinions and enjoy Bent Spoon ice cream! Co-sponsored by the Keller Center.

ETSY Employer Visit for Graduate Students

Etsy is a marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique goods. Their mission is to re-imagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world. Join Princeton Graduate Alum, Katie Hansen *13, Consumer Insights Analyst at ETSY and other PhDs working at ETSY for a tour and lively discussion about working at ETSY. We will meet at ETSY's headquarters located in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. Travel to and from NY is on your own.

Career & Life Vision Workshop with Pulin Sanghvi, Executive Director. Co-sponsored by Class of 2014

All Princeton students are invited to attend a Career and Life Vision Workshop taught by the new Executive Director of Career Services, Pulin Sanghvi. Career and Life Vision offers a powerful set of concepts, frameworks and reflections to help you discover new insights about yourself and what matters most to you. The workshop leverages frame-shifting concepts, introspective exercises, and small group interactions to help you articulate your values, beliefs, purposes, and vision for the future.

TODAY AT 4:30: Multi-City Summer Send-off

Mix and mingle with fellow Princetonians working, studying and playing across the globe! Build a network of students in the same city as you this summer, and find out how to connect with alumni in the region. Learn tips on making the most of your experience this summer and beyond. Join us for a taco and fajita bar! All class years are welcome to attend. NEW: You can now connect with fellow Tigers in your summer city through the Spot app. Learn more about Spot at the event! www.spot.ac

How to Start a Career in Tech & Help Change the World: No Coding Necessary! Guest Speaker: John Wetenhall '11

Have you considered working for an organization like Instagram, Square, Tesla, or perhaps a startup you haven't heard of? Come here from John Wetenhall '11, a history major at Princeton who previously worked for two startups and is now at Atlassian, a growth stage software company. John will discuss opportunities for working in tech for those without a computer science/engineering background, the best way to find interesting jobs and companies, and the things you can do now to prepare yourself for a career in tech. Co-sponsored by the E-Club.

Teaching at a Community College

Are you interested in teaching? Learn more about the academic culture and teaching opportunities at community colleges through a panel of professors from local area colleges. Panelists include: Anita Wright (Professor of Computer Science, Camden County College) Kelly Jackson (Professor of Math, Camden County College) Cathy Carsley *93 (English Professor, Montgomery County College, PA) Guy Generals (Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mercer County Community College, NJ) co-sponsored with the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and The Graduate School.

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