Peer Career Advisers
Who are the PCAs?
The Peer Career Adviser (PCA) program supports the involvement of Princeton undergraduates in assisting their peers with career information, resources and referrals. They also represent Career Services at programs and functions across campus. PCAs are students trained in providing information to fellow students about our programs, directing students to available resources and serving as a first point of contact for students seeking career-related information. When it comes to navigating career exploration, other students have been just where you are — and you can benefit from their experience.
What does a PCA do?
These student leaders can help you with:
- Peer-to-peer career advising
- Resume reviews
- LinkedIn critiques
- Interview tips
- Preparation for Meetups
- How to use the Handshake system
- Assistance finding internships and full-time employment
Where can you find PCAs?
You'll find PCAs in the residential colleges, meeting with students groups, running tables in Frist and all across campus. More information on how to meet with a PCA can be found here.