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.

Strategy& and PwC Start 2022 Internship Events

Wednesday, February 10th 2021 to Friday, February 26th 2021

Interested in our Advisory Start 2022 internship?

Below are some events to connect with Strategy& and PwC to learn more about the internship experience.

PwC Tech Talks: Reimagining What's Possible with Digital Transformation:

2/4, 3:00-4:30...

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Diversity Table Talk with Employers: Recruitment & Retainment

 

Learn about employers who value diversity in the workplace and how they recruit underrepresented graduate students and postdocs.

Location: Virtual

Young Alumni in Sustainability Careers

The Office of Sustainability is hosting a Young Alumni in Sustainability Careers panel featuring Naomi Cohen-Shields ‘20, Noah Mihan ‘19, Ellen Scott-Young ‘20 and Christian Rivera ‘14, all of which have been actively involved in sustainability efforts both during their years at Princeton and beyond the Orange Bubble.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

First-Year Summer: Meaningful Career Planning Experiences (For International Students)

Summer internships are just one way you can explore career paths and build skills. In this interactive session, learn ways to make the most of the summer between your first and sophomore years of college though campus or international employment, volunteer work, self-study and more!

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Business of Theater Performance

This workshop will delve into practical tools and steps that are necessary when pursuing a performing career, including how to create an impactful headshot and resume, pursue acting jobs and find collaborators.  

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: From Side Hustle to Profession - How to Build An Arts Career, and Support Yourself While You Do It

What does it mean to be a professional artist? How do you make decisions about which opportunities to take and which to leave aside? How do you set prices or know what your time is worth? 

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Artist Statement Writing Workshop

Every application, proposal, and exhibit of your career will ask you for one thing: an artist's statement. But where do you start? In this workshop, we'll work on getting the essence of your artwork, your ambition and your vision on the page.

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Careers & Majors Alumni Panel Series: STEM

This three-parts series features alumni working in a variety of different fields who will discuss the connections between their concentrations and studies at Princeton and their career journeys. 

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Business of Visual Arts

A panel of visual arts alumni will speak about their careers, providing students and recent graduates with insights into potential paths after graduation.  

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Building An Artist Portfolio

Stage designer Lawrence E. Moten III and multimedia artist and performer Lex Brown ‘12 will discuss effective ways to present your work in digital platforms. The discussion will revolve around creating online portfolios and the communication/presentation of work and ethos in the digital realm.  

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Business of Creative Writing

Visiting Professor of Creative Writing Rowan Ricardo Phillips will host a workshop to discuss the writing life and the business of writing. He will be joined by contributing writer for The New Yorker, poet and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eliza Griswold '95. 

Topics will include:

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Arts at Work: Business of Dance

This event will paint a landscape of the world of professional dance, with a focus on the contemporary dance scene and the challenges ahead. During the 90-minute session, we will discuss why networking is essential, navigating life as a freelance artist and the value of self-care practices.

Co-presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts...

Audience: Alumni, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Drop-in Advising for Undergraduates

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser? The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon and 4 p.m.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Undergraduate Students