Several opportunities providing professional development and real-life work experience for undergraduate students are available through Career Services. Interested students may apply for the positions in the HireTigers system.
Are you searching for a job or internship, or interested in making connections with alumni and employers? Come to Meetups for networking, recruiting and industry education.
This summer, the Office of Career Services is launching a new social and professional networking platform, as part of its efforts to build a Tiger Career Community to support students.
Graduate students gathered the evening of Wednesday, March 1 to hear from five professionals with teaching-related careers talk about their circuitous career paths, stressing the importance of finding a career that is the right fit.
The Princeton University Office of Career Services has published its 2014-15 annual report, which includes statistics on the initial employment status and higher education destinations for the Class of 2015. The report also contains information on key Career Services' initiatives and efforts.
A total of 93.5 percent of the Class of 2015 confirmed achieving their post-graduation plans within six months of graduation.
Princeton's newest alumni, members of the Class of 2015, share their post-graduation plans. Join us in wishing them luck as they head to places near and far to do amazing things.
The Graduate Student Advisory Board pictured with Executive Director Pulin Sanghvi (third from left), Director of External Relations and Operations Eva Kubu (far left) and Associate Director for Graduate Student Career Services Amy Pszczolkowski (far right), are, standing from left, Clifton Granby, David Walsh, James Martin, Dima Gorenshteyn, Michael Hepler, Jessica Williams, Ping Lu and Daniel Choi. Not pictured: Eva Harman, Aaron Kurosu and Shree Tanneti.
As any alum working in the field will tell you, it is a challenge to pursue opportunities in the creative fields—in fact, you will need to really channel your creative energies to land jobs and internships via a targeted search and tons of networking. This is primarily due to the fact that the recruiting process for organizations in the creative fields fundamentally differs from that of other industries. While our office conducts extensive outreach to employers within communications and the arts, they are often less likely to recruit on campus or post positions.
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: