Make an Appointment

You can make an appointment with an adviser in Handshake or visit the office during drop-in hours (for undergraduate students) for a 15-minute session if you have a quick question or can't find an appointment that matches your schedule. 

Career advisers offer one-on-one advising for undergraduate and graduate students to help them reflect on their values and strengths, pursue opportunities that match their unique interests and design personalized plans to achieve their goals. There are no prerequisites to make an appointment and students of all years are welcome.

Susanne advising a student in a one-on-one appointmentCommon topics for undergraduates include:

  • Career exploration
  • Networking
  • Internship, job and fellowship search strategies
  • Interview preparation
  • Resume, cover letter, personal statement reviews
  • Developing graduate school plans and application reviews  

Common topics for graduate students include:

  • Exploring career options for Ph.D.'s
  • Networking
  • Creating and revising CVs, resumes and cover letters
  • Preparing for interviews
  • Refining communications and networking skills

Advisers

  • Pamela Cohen

    • Pamela Cohen
      • Associate director, career advising
    • Email: pamela.cohen@princeton.edu
  • Kate Coppola

    • Kate Coppola
      • Director, career advising and exploration
    • Email: kcoppola@princeton.edu
  • Micaela Ensminger

    • Micaela Ensminger
      • Assistant director, career advising
    • Email: micaelae@princeton.edu
  • Karen Graziano

  • Tai Yee Ho

    • Tai Yee Ho
      • Associate director, career advising
    • Email: tyjho@princeton.edu
  • Susanne Killian

    • Susanne Killian
      • Senior associate director, graduate student career development
    • Email: susanne.killian@princeton.edu
  • Karinne Lindner

  • Kathleen Mannheimer

  • Doug Ricci

    • Doug Ricci
      • Alumni career adviser
    • Email: dr15@princeton.edu