Overview of Services
Career Counseling and Assessment — Offering individual appointments and walk-ins for major/career decisions; career assessment and interpretation; career transition; job or internship search strategy development and advising; resume/CV and cover letter development and reviews; interview skills training; and reviews of other materials such as essays and personal statements.
Career Education Programs and Resources — More than 200 educational workshops and career panels featuring staff, alumni, employer and peer facilitators, guest speakers, and/or panelists to teach students the skills necessary to develop effective job/internship search and graduate school application strategies and to expose them to advice from industry specialists and professionals from a wide range of fields. Comprehensive career information and resources are available in print and online including a Career Planning Guide.
Outreach Programs — Designed to engage undergraduate students and to sustain this engagement over the course of their four years, these programs are offered for each class and specific populations (e.g., residential colleges, athletes, student organizations). Topics include overviews of the career development process, specific academic/career fields, and action plans by class year. Check our events calendar for a list of programs by class year (other outreach programs are advertised directly to students groups).
Student/Alumni Engagement Programs and the Alumni Careers Network (ACN) — Alumni meet and provide advice for students through a variety of special programs including the Princeternship Program (one- to three-day externship), Princeton-in-Washington Program, the IMAGINE Speaker Series and Student/Alumni Networking Receptions. The ACN component of the TigerNet directory offers a sub-directory of more than 4,600 Princeton alumni who offer to share career advice.
Graduate and Professional School Admissions Programs — Workshops for undergraduates on applying to graduate and professional school are offered and representatives from U.S. and international schools host information sessions for students on-campus. An annual fair features more than 100 schools and a variety of programs. Check our events calendar for a list of these programs and events.
Employer Relations and Recruiting — Manage and develop relationships with employers from a global network of corporate and nonprofit industries, partnering with employers to assist with recruiting and campus visibility efforts. Maintain an online career management system for Princeton students, TigerTracks, which includes job and internship postings, on-campus recruiting, and employer information sessions.
Career Fairs — Four campus career fairs are hosted (General Interest Career Fair, Summer Internship Fair, and the Nonprofit Career Fair; and the Science and Technology Fair co-hosted with the School of Engineering and Applied Science) and a variety of off-campus and virtual fairs are co-sponsored with peer institutions.
To find out more about our services, programs, and events, and other ways we serve the career needs of Princeton students and alumni, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.