We invite employers from a variety of career fields and industries to provide informational presentations and interviews for both full-time career opportunities and summer internships to Princeton students. Private, public and nonprofit organizations are encouraged to use our services and facilities during the fall and spring semesters. Most employers will conduct interviews in the Career Services office, while some will conduct interviews at the Nassau Inn and Prospect House. Employer information sessions are generally held at Frist Campus Center, the Nassau Inn, and Prospect House.
All students interested in participating in On-Campus Recruiting should view our TigerTracks Recruiting Tips
in order to cover the basics of the orientation session. TigerTracks
is the online system used for managing the on-campus recruiting program.
Resumes should be one page in length and accompanied by all documents that have been requested by the employer (cover letter, transcripts, writing sample, etc.). Resume submission deadline dates generally take place two weeks prior to the interview unless the employer requests a later date. This allows employers one week to make their decisions for each candidate. You can monitor your application status by viewing the “Applications” section of TigerTracks. The system will automatically notify each student as to the employer’s decision.
Students invited for interviews can begin selecting times when the schedules open, generally one week prior to the interview date. Those designated as alternate candidates may begin scheduling interviews four days prior to the interview date. The schedule freezes one day prior to the interview; if there are still interview slots available once the schedule is frozen, students must call Career Services for assistance in signing up for interviews.
Late Arrival to Interviews
If a student is late for an interview, it is up to the discretion of the employer as to whether or not the interview with the student will be conducted.
Important Information for Graduate Students
Graduate students seeking full-time positions may participate in On-Campus Recruiting and use the TigerTracks system for only one academic year, generally their last year in their graduate program.