Workshops & Events

Our events and workshops focus on career exploration, experiential learning and skill-building. We offer programs for undergraduate and graduate students in all stages of their career development, from learning about possible career paths to preparing to apply for jobs and internships.

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Krieger Kim & Lewin LLP - Analyst Coffee Chats for Seniors & Alumni

Schedule a coffee chat to meet with the representative at Krieger Kim & Lewin LLP. 

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Georgetown Law Information Session

Andy Cornblatt, dean of admissions at Georgetown Law, will host an information session to discuss the application process, life at law school, and more. 

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

International Undergraduate Students - Summer Opportunities Search & Work Authorization Information Session

This workshop is designed for international undergraduate (F-1 visa) students applying for summer 2022 internships or other summer employment in the United States.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Exploring Law School

Are you considering law school and want to develop your pre-law experience at Princeton? Join us for a casual conversation about how to explore pre-law as an undergraduate.

During this program, you will clarify interests in law school and how to prepare for applying to law school.

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

PCAs Present - Networking 101: Essentials

You've probably heard networking is an important component of job/internship search. But what is it, and how do you do it?

This program will teach you how to: 

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Feeding the Arts: Jason Constantine '92 President of Acquisitions and Co-productions for Lionsgate Entertainment

Jason Constantine ’92, President of Acquisitions and Co-productions of Lionsgate, will talk about his career path and lead a conversation about careers in entertainment. The first major studio in decades, Lionsgate is a global content platform. Lionsgate's Motion Picture Group encompasses eight film labels and more than 40 feature film releases...

Location: Lewis Arts complex - W331
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

"Building a Decacorn" Celonis Panel Event + Open Roles Info Session for Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Masters and Ph.D. Students

Celonis is the leader in the Execution Management System (EMS) industry that helps companies unlock operations to maximize business performance. Now valued as all of New York and Germany's most valuable startup ($11B), Celonis helps world class companies around the globe achieve breakthroughs in business operations.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Showing Up as Your Full Self - Leveraging Your Athletic (and other) Identities to Land Amazing Internships, Jobs & Careers

Bring your A-game.

Come learn how your athletic identity and being your authentic self can translate to the jobs, internship and career paths you want. Sharpen the skills you need to nail interviews, write cover letters and set the bar high for career development as a Princeton student-athlete.

Location: Carl Fields Center
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Presenting Yourself with Confidence

In collaboration with the Gender + Sexuality Resource Center, alumni will discuss how they approach presentation in professional settings as it relates to gender-normative clothing, body size, and industry standards/expectations.

During this program, you will: 

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

PCAs Present - Resume Writing 101: Essentials

Do you need to build your first resume or learn how to convert your high school resume to a college version?

Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) trained by the Center for Career Development will teach you:

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Internship, Fellowship & Summer Funding Expo

This program is for all undergraduate students and will cover:

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Feeding the Arts: Kate Bellin '02

Join Kate Bellin '02, whose consulting firm advises clients in the procurement of art and in the cultivation of their art collections, for a career conversation about situating oneself as a professional in the New York City Gallery world and as a player in the Global Art Market.

Location: Lewis Arts complex - W331
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

BFAM Partners- An Asia focused Hedge Fund (Virtual Info Session for Juniors, Seniors, Masters and PhD Students)

We are recruiting for graduate and internship opportunities in trading, technology, risk, and data science. This is a session to inform the students about BFAM's culture and strategy.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

PCAs Present: How to Build a LinkedIn Profile

 

If you are new to LinkedIn and wondering how to build a strong profile, this program is for you!

During the program, you will:

Develop an understanding of the purposes of LinkedIn and how it's different than a resume Learn how to build an effective student LinkedIn profile
Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Networking 201: Uncovering Hidden Opportunities

"Hidden opportunities” is a term used to describe jobs or internships that aren't advertised or posted online. Employers might not post these opportunities for a number of reasons.

During this program, you will:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

PCAs Present: Cover Letter Writing

Come learn about cover letters!

Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) will teach you: 

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

PCAs Present - Internship Search 101: Essentials

Are you wondering what an internship search is like? Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) will go over the flow of the internship search process step-by-step and teach you how to take advantage of programs, events and resources at Princeton and through the Center for Career Development. They will also discuss the importance of self-care and a strategy...

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Virtual Resume Review Night with Peer Career Advisers (PCAs)

Application deadlines for many internship programs — including Princeton-sponsored programs — are fast approaching. Peer Career Advisers will be available for 15-minute meetings (no appointment needed) to help you polish your resume before you apply.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-In Advising for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute in-person drop-in sessions for undergraduate students.

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students