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.
Looking to strengthen your interview skills?Princeton alum working for Bloomberg will discuss how to prepare and effectively present your technical and non-technical experiences, research, and activities during interviews.
Interested in learning about the career paths of Princeton alumni? This reception is a great opportunity to practice how to effectively connect with professionals/alumni to learn their career stories. Refreshments will be served. Co-sponsored by Career Services, the Davis International Center, and the Princeton Area Alumni Association (PA3).
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.
They say Heart + Head = Hustle. Discover what inspires you and how to apply it to your internship/job search in this interactive workshop. The workshop will be facilitated in collaboration with Rebecca Kaufman '11 - Partnership Associate at Echoing Green/Work on Purpose, Paul Nehring '10 - Project 55 Fellowship Program Director, and Career Services.
Are you exploring your career options outside of academia? This seminar will introduce you to the process of searching for opportunities. Main topics will include: 1) Assessing your skills, values, and interests, 2) Exploring your options, 3) Making connections and informational interviewing, 4) Creating appropriate application materials. Lunch will be served. Space is limited to the first 20 students, (event is offered again during the academic year).
Join three engineers from AppNexus as they talk about their projects and technical challenges they face. Talk 1: Ad Serving Fundamentals & Challenges with John Wittrock, Ad Server Engineer. Talk 2: Learning to Manage Technical Complexities with Joseph Huttner, DevOps Engineering Manager. Talk 3: The AppNexus Data Pipeline with Aaron Dornbrand-Lo, Data Engineering Manager. Each talk will last about 10 minutes. Following the talks, there will AppNexians present to meet you and answer questions. Refreshments and sweets will be served.
One of the many things that makes Princeton such an amazing place to learn is the wide range of extracurricular and co-curricular programs across campus. In fact, did you know that there are more than 500 unique internship opportunities for students offered through Princeton-specific programs and departments alone? At the 2nd Annual All-Princeton Resource Fair for Summer Internships & Funding, to be held on December 6 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Learn about the cutting edge quantum information science research taking place at MITRE's Princeton University site and their work improving military command center operations around the world. All students welcome. Refreshments will be provided.
RESCHEDULED - from October 15th. Harvard Law School's Admission Dean will give an overview of the law school's programs and centers, and generally what makes for an admitted HLS applicant. Plenty of time for Q&A.