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.

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Q&A: Personal Branding for Artists in the Digital Age

In this casual Q&A session, alumni in the arts will share advice for how you can engage a virtual audience, present your work digitally and build a social media presence. This event is open to current Princeton undergraduate and graduate students and alumni. Co-sponsored by the Center for Career Development, the Princeton Entrepreneurship...

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Making the Most of Your Winter Break

You have six weeks of winter break coming up. How are you planning to spend them?

Get some inspiration to help you figure out what you can do -- including taking time for relaxation and self-care -- and how you connect your experiences and reflection during break with your career and professional development.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Networking 101 Workshop

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

In this program, you will learn the basics of networking.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

College Programs Series: The Value of an MBA for STEM Majors

Have you ever wondered what an MBA could do to help you accomplish your personal and professional goals? Join us to hear more about why an MBA degree can be of value to students from STEM majors.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Thinking Beyond Academia: Career Exploration with Humanities Ph.D. Students

Current Ph.D. students in the Humanities will share their experience and candid insights about career exploration beyond academia. This conversation will cover topics such as communicating your career plans with your adviser(s), bridging your academic work with professional development and considering what skills might be needed for the job...

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students

College Programs Series: Exploring Pathways to HBS as a Student of Color

​​​​​​This webinar will provide students of color with the opportunity to learn more about how programs like SVMP, Peek, and 2+2 can offer access, exposure, and pathways to business and business education. Hear from current students and alums of color about their experiences applying to and participating in these programs.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Virtual Drop-ins for Undergraduate Students

Do you have a quick question for a career adviser?  The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute virtual Zoom drop-in sessions for undergraduate students every Friday this spring between noon  and 4 p.m. No appointment is needed. 

Common questions covered during drop-in sessions include:

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Faculty Alumni of Color Career Panel: Navigating Challenges on the Road to Tenure

Ph.D. alumni of color who are tenure-track faculty members will share their professional journey and candid insights about preparing for academic job search and navigating the workplace as scholars of color in this uncertain time.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students

Reflect. Reset. Get Ready for the Future

One of the most common questions we ask students when they return to campus after the holidays -- what did you do over winter break? Maybe they worked on a cool project that was put together by an alum. Perhaps they decided to learn a new skill or took up a new hobby. And maybe they just decided to actually take a break and relax.

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Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Script to Screen: Tigers in Hollywood

Get an insiders' look at Hollywood careers, and connect with your fellow Tigers working in the entertainment industry. This is a two-day Wintersession event presented by the Center for Career Development, the Lewis Center for the Arts and Princeton in Hollywood.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Industry Insights: Exploring the intersection of urban planning, engineering, and design with Margaret Newman '87

Industry Insights is a series of programs led by Princeton alumni, which help participants build tangible skills, discover diverse industries, and learn about company cultures and recruitment timelines. Alumni will also share their career backgrounds, and offer advice for breaking into their sectors or industries.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Industry Insights: Finance in the Public Sector

Industry Insights is a series of programs led by Princeton alumni, which help participants build tangible skills, discover diverse industries, and learn about company cultures and recruitment timelines. Alumni will share their career backgrounds, and offer advice for breaking into their sectors or industries.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Script to Screen: Tigers in Hollywood

Get an insiders' look at Hollywood careers, and connect with your fellow Tigers working in the entertainment industry. This is a two-day Wintersession event presented by the Center for Career Development, the Lewis Center for the Arts and Princeton in Hollywood.

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Week

Connect with hiring organizations in the private, nonprofit and public sectors across a multitude of industries that focus on environment and sustainability.

Private companies, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations seek candidates who wish to address complex sustainability challenges through internships, fellowships, and full-...

Location: Virtual
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students