2013-2014

Information Session: Harvard Business School 2+2 MBA Program

The information session is an opportunity for undergraduate and masters students to learn about the application process to the 2+2 MBA program at Harvard. An Admissions Board Member will answer questions. This program has a deferred admissions process for current students. After graduation, students work full time for two years followed by two years at the MBA program. For more information go to: www.hbs.edu/mba/2+2/

What Recruiters Won't Tell You About Consulting: A Student Panel Discussion

Get an insider's view of consulting by speaking to Princeton students who have worked and interned at consulting firms. The panel discussion will be followed by mock interviews, though space is limited. To sign up for a mock interview, email Patricio Elizondo at pe3@princeton.edu. Refreshments will be served. Co-sponsored by Princeton Business Volunteers and Career Services.

From Ph.D. to Sports Analytics

Are you considering a transition out of academia? Come hear how Aaron Barzilai, Director of Sports Analytics, transitioned into his current position with the Philadelphia 76ers from a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford. Learn more about the industry of sports analytics and what it takes to break into the field.

Extended Walk-ins for All Students

Career Services invites all students to come to extended walk-ins Monday through Friday to meet with counselors to prepare your applications for all pending deadlines, including International Internship Program, Princeton Project 55, and Princeternship resume edits. We know you have lots of deadlines before you leave for winter recess, and we will have extra counselors available.

Academic Job Search- Talking About Teaching in the Interview for Graduate Students

While graduate students and post-doctoral fellows receive the opportunity to present their doctoral research in forums such as departmental colloquia or national conferences, they rarely talk about teaching and pedagogy in such public settings. As a result, they may lack the preparation for speaking about their teaching in compelling terms when it counts the most: the job interview. This workshop gives participants the chance to begin- or refine-that preparation and provides tools and resources for continuing that preparation up to the campus visit. Co-sponsored with the McGraw Center.

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