The fairs will begin at NOON TODAY due to University delayed opening. Stop by our LinkedIn photo booth at the Summer Internship and Nonprofit Career Fair to have a professional headshot photo taken for your LinkedIn profile. You will already be dressed to impress at the fair, so this is the perfect time to have a photo shoot! This is a free services provided by Career Services to make it easy for you to create a professional profile on LinkedIn.
Alison Demos *98, Senior Partner/Director, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide will speak to students about careers in advertising and options for students on both the creative and business sides of the field. You will have a chance to ask questions and network following her talk. Co-sponsored by Advertise This.
Meet with a career counselor on a walk-in basis from 2 to 5 p.m. any day this week to discuss your interests and plans. Bring copies of your resume and other documents to get feedback. No RSVP required.
In general, a case interview is a job interview in which the applicant is given a question/situation/problem/challenge and asked to provide a solution. Join representatives from BCG as they present their tips and strategies to succeed in a case interview.
Are you wondering how to make a fantastic first impression and what you can do to maximize your experience during the Summer Internship & Non-Profit Fairs tomorrow? Wonder no more! We will answer your questions and share helpful information to help you prepare.
In this interactive session, you will learn effective decision-making skills for professional and personal choices as well as goal-setting skills. Co-sponsored by Career Services, the University Health Services, and the Davis International Center. Healthy lunch (and tea!) served.
Meet with employers to discuss careers, internships, graduate and full-time opportunities in a wide range of fields within environment including: civil, biological, environmental, mechanical, chemical and agricultural engineering, ecology, ecosystems, and biodiversity, forest science and management, industrial environmental management, environmental policy, economics, law, urban ecology, city, regional and environmental planning and design, watershed science, policy, and management, community development, natural resources, biological sciences, international development, plant and agricultu
The benefit of a liberal arts education is in its power to prepare students for any number of career paths and experiences. The best way to explore them, of course, is to meet as many people as possible – an opportunity afforded through our extensive calendar of career fairs throughout the year.
In February, three upcoming fairs will help you do just that:
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Have you considered joining a startup organization? Don't miss Princeton's 2nd Annual Startup Career Fair! Meet employers from startup organizations in multiple industries. This fair will help you learn about startup organizations and full time or internship opportunities they may have available. It's also a great networking event to develop connections with employers. All class years welcome. Bring resumes!
The fairs will START at NOON today due to University delayed opening. 2 Fairs in 1 Day and more than 100 organizations from both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors. If you are looking for a summer internship, there will be a wide variety of industries and fields represented. If you are interested in the nonprofit sector, nonprofit employers with full-time job, internship or other opportunities will be available to speak with. All class years are welcome. Bring resumes! Professional or business casual attire is strongly encouraged.