Princeton's Alumni Network is second to none, and that holds equally true for undergraduates as well as graduate students. More alumni return to campus each year, engaged in on-campus initiatives with students, than any other university in the world.
Princeton's Alumni Careers Network connects alumni of all backgrounds for support of current undergraduate and graduate students as well as alumni in career transition. Princeton area alumni associations are found in every corner of the globe, providing regular programming and active engagement in career networking. Tigernet, the online alumni network, also provides an invaluable connection with fellow alumni.
The Princeton Master in Finance alumni network is also engaged and active on campus and around the world through a number of activities. Master in Finance alumni support the Bendheim Center in a number of ways:
- Serving as mentors to current MFin students, providing advice, guidance and contacts throughout the internship and job search as well as input on course selection
- Helping answer candidates' questions during the decision process once a student is admitted
- Returning to campus as speakers, panelists and mock interviewers for MFin Boot Camp and the weekly speaker series and lunch and learns.
- Teaching classes and workshops on topics ranging from Risk Management and Valuation to Brain Teaser best practices.
- Hosting students for job shadowing visits
- Attending Princeton conferences and events on campus and around the world.
The Princeton Career Services office also offers resources to alumni for ongoing career development and connections.
The first-ever Princeton Graduate Alumni Conference recently attracted almost 1000 graduate alumni, including Master in Finance alumni working in sales and trading, hedge funds and the government.