Graduate Student Resources
The Princeton University Graduate School website provides current and prospective students with valuable information on available resources, information on current news and events, as well as essential policies and procedures.
- For Prospective Students
- Graduate School Catalog
- Student Organizations
- Civic Engagement and Public Service
- Events and Programs
- Academic Policies for Graduate Students
- ENV Assistant in Instruction (AI) positions
- PEI-STEP fellowship program
- Other PEI graduate fellowships and awards
- Outside funding opportunities
- Princeton Graduate School travel grants
- The Graduate Student Government of Princeton
The PEI-STEP Certificate Program along with environmental research opportunities offered by PEI associated faculty and PEI-affiliated research centers as well as membership to the Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars (PECS) group provide outstanding preparation for careers in academia, non-profit, government and industry enterprises.
Princeton’s Office of Career Services supports graduate students in planning for their careers after graduation. The office offers guidance in developing curriculum vitas (CVs) and resumes, preparing for interviews, networking and advice on effective job searching inside or outside the Academy. For research, postdoctoral and staff positions within PEI, please see Jobs at Princeton. Join PEI’s emailing list if you wish to receive news of outside job opportunities in environmental research and policy.
Stay Connected – Resources for Alumni
PEI invites all graduate alumni to join the PEI-emailing list as well as the PEI Facebook page to stay connected to the PEI community and receive news and events information. Princeton also offers a number of portals to stay in touch with the Princeton community: