Academic Placement in Departments
The academic departments assist students in searching for academic employment, either through a designated faculty placement officer or through assistance from individual faculty members. These departments also keep dossiers of their current students and recent graduate alumni on file.
Graduate Fellowship and Postdoctoral Opportunities
The associate dean for academic affairs advises currently enrolled students about fellowship opportunities for graduate research abroad. The associate dean for finance and administration maintains files of information about non-Princeton and postdoctoral fellowship opportunities.
Career Services, located at 36 University Place., offers students assistance with nonteaching employment in business, industry, government, universities and nonprofit organizations. Counseling is available for career decision-making and job-hunting techniques. On-campus interviews with representatives from government and business and industry employers seeking advanced degree candidates are arranged for interested students each fall and spring.
Among other resources available to graduate students is the vast international network of Princeton graduates. Alumni of the Graduate School participate actively in career networking with students at symposiums on career paths for advanced degree holders, as well as other events, and through electronic discussions and mentoring programs.