Executive Director and Director

The executive director and director set the overall strategy and the vision for the Office of Career Services and engage internal and external stakeholders to help prepare Princeton students to live, work and lead in a global society. 

Career Advising & Exploration

The career advising and exploration team supports students in defining, articulating and implementing a personalized career action plan to help them confidently pursue lives of meaning and purpose. The team provides one-on-one advising and facilitates workshops for Princeton undergraduates, graduate students and alumni to help them reflect on their values, strengths and skills, and to pursue opportunities that interest them.

Employer Engagement and Outreach

The employer engagement and outreach team proactively and collaboratively builds partnerships with employers to provide students with access to meaningful job and internship opportunities. The team also manages the on-campus recruiting program, which provides students the opportunity to attend information sessions and interviews with hiring organizations without leaving Princeton.

Alumni Engagement and Experiential Learning

The alumni engagement and experiential learning team creates opportunities for student-alumni networking and career development through experience and reflection. The team oversees Princeternship, a job shadowing and industry trek program to introduce students to new career interests and mentoring relationships, as well as other initiatives that connect Princeton alumni and students for career exploration, skill-building and networking.

Finance, IT Infrastructure and Assessment

The finance, IT infrastructure and assessment team oversees day-to-day departmental operations, and captures and interprets data to drive informed decision-making and share the outcomes and success stories of Princeton students and alumni. The team manages survey and reporting efforts ranging from program and advising feedback to large scale, University-wide data collection efforts about the diverse range of students’ summer experiences and the career paths recent graduates pursue after graduation.

Strategic Communications and Marketing

The strategic communications and marketing team is responsible for leading the development and implementation of a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy for Career Services to effectively convey mission, priorities and accomplishments. The team provides creative services, digital media, marketing, media and public relations, event promotion and execution, and educational material development and for the department.

Peer Career Advisers (PCAs)

PCAs are trained by Career Services to help fellow students with resumes and cover letters, to explore opportunities and to share their experiences advice. As students themselves, they can offer their perspective having gone through similar experiences. You can email a PCA directly to request an appointment. Review the list of PCAs and their bios to figure out who would be the best fit for you. 

Student Workers

Student workers are an important part of the Career Services team. From assisting at the front desk to helping to spread the word about career programs and events, they help us to serve their fellow students throughout the year.

Student Affairs Graduate Interns

Graduate students from other institutions studying student affairs spend time in our office exploring career services as a future career path. Interns work on a variety of projects and areas including event planning and support, shadowing counselors, outreach and more.