Bring a laptop and a copy of your resume to this interactive session to learn how to create a LinkedIn account, develop a marketable profile, build upon your current resume, as well as how to network with professionals, employers, and alumni.
Interested in working in energy or environmental jobs or internships? Learn about strategies and resources for finding opportunities. Co-sponsored by PEI.
Is law school possibly in your future? If so, attend and learn about law school, the LSAT, the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), application timelines, and more.
Wonder how alumni and industry professionals make it big in Hollywood? Career Services is bringing Hollywood to Princeton for this exciting premiere event. Two panels of alumni and industry executives will run in succession with panelists sharing insights and advice about the creative and business sides of Hollywood. A sample of alumni panelists include: David Digilio '96, Albert Kim '86, Will Staples '00, Paul Hanson '96, and Krista Parris '95 - just to name a few!
Take this opportunity to network with Princeton alumni representing different areas and job functions in the real estate field: estate finance, development, investment banking, private equity, REITs, brokerage, law, property management. This event is sponsored by the Princeton Alumni Real Estate Network.
Employers today are searching for candidates online and via social media platforms. Learn how to create a powerful online brand using LinkedIn and Twitter (and other sites) to expand your network of professional contacts, explore careers and find opportunities!
Are you interested in pursuing a graduate degree in London? This is a rare opportunity to meet with admissions representatives from the University College London, Imperial College London and King's College London in one day! Come to this information session to learn about their programs and admissions advice. Co-sponsored by Career Services and Study Abroad.
Have you considered investigating your career options outside of academia? This seminar will introduce you to the process of searching for opportunities outside of academia. Main topics will include: 1) assessing your skills, values, and interests, 2) resources for exploring your options, 3) networking and informational interviewing, 4) the application process and creation of a resume. Kindly RSVP as space is limited to 20.
Join Stephen Schreiber who spent 13 years as Executive Vice President of the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). In his role with the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) he was responsible for test development, statistics, research, communications, information technology and customer services. His responsibilities touched every test taker, law student, and law school in the US and Canada.
Join new executive director of Career Services, Pulin Sanghvi, for an engaging exploration of the changing landscape of career management, and how professionals at any career stage can navigate these changes to achieve lives of meaning and impact as they personally define it. Pulin will also discuss the new strategy in Career Services and how it will impact both the undergardaute and graduate student experience. The presentation will include interaction with a group of current Princeton students.