Events - Daily
|Wednesday, February 20|
International Students: Tea & Talk - Goal Setting/Decision Making
Have you been in a situation where you have trouble making up your mind? Have you wondered how to sort out your priorities and set up goals that matter? In this interactive session, you will learn effective decision-making to make various professional and personal choices and goal-setting skills.
Carl Fields Center · 12:30 p.m.– 1:30 p.m.
Sophomores: Discover and Optimize Your Strengths
Princeton students already excel at a lot of things! But how do you identify and describe those things when you are asked, “What are your strengths?” Career Services invites sophomores to apply to take part in a special new pilot program designed just for sophomores to help you discover and optimize your strengths as you pursue a wide-range of activities and opportunities on-campus and beyond. This program will teach you how to confidently articulate your strengths using language that will ensure you will make a positive impression on others (peers, professors, alumni, prospective employers, etc.).
Career Services · 4:30 p.m.– 5:45 p.m.
Insider’s Look at Entrepreneurism & Social Entrepreneurism with Omar Wasow
Omar Wasow, Senior Research Assistant, in the Politics department will talk about his own career journey, with both entrepreneurial and social entrepreneurial accomplishments. His advice and experiences will form the basis of a lively discussion for all participants. Co-sponsored by the Black History Month Committee.
Career Services · 7:30 p.m.– 8:30 p.m.