Summer Programs

Students learn about hand drawn typography at an Arts/Work programThe Center for Career Development manages the Princeton in Washington and Arts at Work summer programs, which provide an opportunity to learn about a variety of career paths and make connections in public service, government, the arts and more.

Princeton in Washington (PIW): Will you be living or interning in Washington, D.C. during the summer? PIW brings together students, alumni and insiders in the nation’s capital for speaker and panel discussions, site visits and social events.

Each year a student coordinator organizes a full schedule with activities ranging from lectures from prestigious Princeton alumni to networking, gatherings and more.

Arts at Work: Princetonians spending time in the New York City area during summer can attend special workshops, events and interviews through the Arts at Work program. Sponsored by the Center for Career Development, the Lewis Center for the Arts and with support from the Princeton Arts Alumni, the Arts at Work program connects students with alumni and visual artists, musicians, writers and others in creative fields.