We're delighted that you're interested in sharing your opportunities with Princeton students and alumni, and we're here to facilitate that connection through career events, information sessions, on-campus interviews and career education programming.
Multiple Ways to Post Opportunities
In addition to working with us directly, you can post jobs and internships with us throughout the year using HireTigers, powered by Handshake, a Princeton-specific site that reaches all undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni. Opportunities can also be promoted through UCAN, an internship-specific site shared by 22 member institutions in the U.S., including Princeton.
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- Post jobs and internships WITHOUT on-campus interviews >
- Register for on-campus recruiting >
- Participate in career fairs >
- Be a partner in our education mission >
Princeton University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusivity in all hiring and employment practices and to ensuring equitable access to opportunities. All employment professionals participating in the Campus Recruiting Program (this includes postings, on-campus interviews, employer information sessions, Meetups, coffee chats and other visibility events and programs coordinated in conjunction with Career Services) must agree to work within a framework of professionally accepted recruiting, interviewing and selection practices as stipulated in the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University, the NACE Principles for Ethical Practice, Princeton University Community Standards for Employment Professionals and the United States Department of Labor FLSA Guidelines as it relates to paid vs. unpaid internships, as well as abide our Campus Recruiting Policies.
Note that we do not accept postings from the following:
- Third party recruiters
- Employers posting full-time positions that do not require at least a bachelor’s degree
- Employers posting internships that do not require the pursuit of a bachelor’s degree
- Employers offering full-time positions listed with a rate of pay lower than minimum wage (internships may be unpaid or compensated with a stipend)
- Employers offering internships that do not provide a learning environment supported by supervision for their interns
- Employers using personal email address (e.g., Gmail, Yahoo, etc.); employer must always use their business email addresses
- Employers that charge program fees to students
All job and internship postings are subject to approval. Career Services reserves the final right to determine which postings are appropriate for inclusion in its databases of listings.