• Eva Kubu, director of external relations and operations at Career Services will give a brief presentation and provide advice on how to network
• ‘16ers and members of the classes of ’66 and ‘91 will meet for one-on-one and small group career-related conversations
• A buffet dinner with selections from Sushi Palace, Mamoun’s Falafel and Conte’s will be provided Invitees: All members of ’16 and local members of ’66 and ’91 are welcome. Co-Sponsors: Class of 1966 and Class of 1991, the “Grandparent” and “Parent” classes of ‘16
Learn how to make the first move to build your network, whether you are contacting people you already know or reaching out to connections for the first time on LinkedIn.
Using a visual model, learn to identify your network and build a personal board of directors from classmates, family, mentors, supervisors and more.
What makes you great? Everyone has special skills or “superpowers.” We will help you tell your story and use those superpowers for the forces of good in your job or internship searches and how to reveal your weakness.
Join representatives from Oak Ridge Associated Universities to learn more about the organization and available job or internship opportunities.
Just in time for internship interviews, this interactive group session will cover the basics you need to know to ace an interview.
Network with Princeton alumni representing different areas and job functions in the real estate field including estate finance, development, investment banking, private equity, REITs, brokerage and law, property management. Sponsored by the Princeton Alumni Real Estate Network.
Join Elyse Michaels-Berger `95, Director of HEC Paris Short Programs, for coffee to learn more about HEC Paris Summer School Programs. HEC Paris is a leading international business school offering intensive summer programs for undergraduates and recent graduates on international finance, business and geopolitics, inclusive and social business, fashion and luxury management, and sports and entertainment management.
Thinking about law school? Come meet Lyon Zabsky, pre-law advisor, and learn about law school, the LSAT, the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), application timelines, and more.
Learn how to ace all phases of the interview, including the best ways to prepare and follow-up afterwards. Maximize your effectiveness and learn what you need to know as an international student. Presenter: Matt Eventoff, Owner of Princeton Public Speaking.