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.

Kraft Heinz Coffee Chats/Open Hours for Juniors and Seniors

Sign up or stop by to chat with Kraft Heinz professionals about the company, our culture, and employment opportunities with our Trainee & Internship Programs!

Please use this link to select a time slot: https://princeton.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3045935

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Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Advising Drop-In Hours

The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute drop-in sessions for undergraduate students between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, from Sept. 9-20.   

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Microsoft Office Hours for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and Masters students

Princeton alumni from Microsoft are hosting Office Hours at Princeton! Hiring is in full swing for Software Engineering and Program Management Full Time and 2020 Summer Internship roles at Microsoft. Ahmed, Sean and Shreyes would love to meet you, chat about your resume, answer questions you might have and otherwise get to know you! 

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

Mastercard Information Session for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

Interested in analytics? Passionate about technology? Mastercard Data & Services is changing the way leading global companies make decisions. Using a combination of strategy consulting and in‐house technology, we enable consumer‐focused companies to conduct business experiments that inform key strategic decisions.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Undercover Bosses: Graduate Student Networking Event

Location: Campus Club
Audience: Graduate Students

2019 Credit Suisse Fall Information Session for Freshmen and Sophomores

Are you a freshman or sophomore at Princeton looking to jumpstart a career in Investment Banking & Capital Markets? Join us for an overview of Credit Suisse and trivia night to learn about our upcoming programs and network with business representatives from Investment Banking & Capital Markets. This event is open to Class of 2022 and...

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Kraft Heinz Information Session for Juniors and Seniors

Join Kraft Heinz professionals to learn more about the company, our culture, and our Trainee & Internship Programs!

This event is open to Princeton University students only.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Analysis Group Information Session for Seniors

Are you interested in contributing meaningfully to teams working on interesting and relevant business problems? Would you like to work in a research-oriented, open-door environment that emphasizes teamwork and collaboration? Analysis Group, Inc.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Labatt Food Service Coffee Chats in Frist for Juniors and Seniors

Come grab a cup of coffee on Labatt and learn about our career opportunities in TEXAS! We are looking for students interested in full time and internships in Business Analyst and Software Development roles.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Accenture Princeton Information Session for Juniors and Seniors

Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations. Leveraging our deep expertise across industries and business functions, we help organizations shape their vision for the future.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Fall HireTigers Career Fair

The largest career event of the year, the Fall HireTigers Career Fair brings together students, alumni and employers for networking, recruiting and career conversations. You'll have the chance to meet with organizations and alumni interested in recruiting for full-time employment and summer internships. 

Location: Dillon Gym
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Advising Drop-In Hours

The Center for Career Development will be offering 15-minute drop-in sessions for undergraduate students between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, from Sept. 9-20.   

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Anheuser-Busch Case Competition for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors

Anheuser-Busch Case Competition

This event is open to Princeton University students only.

Aerospace Engineering Panel

Learn from current students who interned in the aerospace field. The event will start with each panelist briefly describing their experiences with aerospace internships and the application process, and then will be opened up to questions from the audience.

Location: Lewis Library - 138
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Anheuser-Busch Information Session for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Want to work for a company that empowers you to excel at the pace of your talent? Then a career at Anheuser-Busch might just be for you! There’s more to us than a portfolio of top notch brands. Join us to learn first-hand what it is like to work for a company that not only brews great product, but values our impact on our environment. 

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Strategy& Blind Spots Diversity Presentation for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Masters and Ph.D. students

This event is for Princeton University students only.

Location: East Pyne - 10
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Cornerstone Research Information Session for Juniors and Seniors

Cornerstone Research is a consulting firm specializing in the analysis of complex financial, economic, accounting, and marketing issues. In recent years, Cornerstone Research has become one of the nation’s leading finance and economics consulting firms with more than 750 full-time staff members across eight offices.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Boston Consulting Group Case Interview Workshop

Please join us for a virtual Case Interview Workshop with BCGers!

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Graduate Student Lakeside Remote Advising and Drop-in Document Review

Need a last-minute review of your resume or CV? Have quick questions about your job search? Want to learn more about career development options for graduate students?  

Location: Lakeside Common Room
Audience: Graduate Students

PDT Partners - Undergraduate Software Engineering Info Session

PDT Partners has had significant success over the past 25 years as a quantitative investment manager by using a scientifically rigorous approach to develop and deploy trading strategies. Our team consists of scientists, mathematicians, and engineers with expertise in a wide variety of fields.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Dinner with 12 Tigers: Being First-gen at Princeton featuring Trene Hawkins '06

Meet Trene Hawkins '06. She's coming back to campus for a dinner to talk with students about her insights about finding the way to your passion, switching careers (twice!), taking risks to reach your goals and to share the lessons she's learned through her successes and setbacks, particularly as a first-gen college student and a woman of color...

Location: Campus Club - Library
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

ClearView Healthcare Partners Information Session for Juniors and Seniors

This event is for Princeton University students only.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Design Your Future Book Club for Graduate Students

Don’t have much time, but want to get started exploring your post-graduation career options? The Desig Your Future Book Club may be for you. 

Location: 1952 Room, Frist
Audience: Graduate Students

Ph.D. and Master's Student Quantitative Finance Education and Networking Session with Ergoteles Capital

Interested in quantitative finance careers? Join Ergoteles Capital for an educational session and networking event. 

Quantitative finance professionals will be available to help you with your resume, answer questions and provide an overview of the skills and qualities desired by finance companies. A networking session will follow with...

Location: Julis Rabinowitz 101
Audience: Graduate Students

Job Fair Prep for International Students

The Science & Technology Job Fair on Oct. 2 is your opportunity to chat with employers about what they do, who they look for and how they hire interns and full-time staff—so make sure you're ready for those conversations! 

This interactive workshop will cover tips and tricks to prepare you to make the most of the job fair. 

Location: Louis A Simpson International Building
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Five Rings Capital -Discussing Opportunities in Proprietary Trading for Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

Opportunities are everywhere. The objective at Five Rings Capital: Find them first and profit from them quickly. We work in teams - quants, developers, traders - continuously designing and optimizing. Strategies are executed rapidly, from insight to implementation often within days or weeks.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Bain & Company: Case Interview Workshop for Juniors and Seniors

Please join Bain & Company for our Case Interview Workshop.

This event is open to Princeton University students only.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Fall Site Visit Application Deadline

Site visits offer undergraduate and graduate students the unique opportunity to investigate a career field of interest and make professional connections by spending time with alumni and employers in their workplace.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Pathways with a Ph.D.: Careers in Data Science

Big Data is always in the news, referring to utilizing large data sets to develop a deep understanding of insights in various fields. Data scientists (many of whom are Ph.D.'s) are employed in many types of organizations including government agencies, private companies and nonprofits.  

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Graduate Students

Mintz Project Analyst Information Session for Seniors and Masters students

Have you ever wondered what it takes to prepare for a civil trial? Or draft an affidavit for an asylum application? Are you interested in law and wondering what exactly a “Project Analyst” does at a law firm?

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Yale Law School Information Session

Todd Rothman, the director of Admissions, will be discussing Yale Law School's unique admissions process and the Law School more broadly. He will be available to answer your questions as well.

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

PDT Partners Graduate Student Information Session

PDT Partners has had significant success over the past 25 years as a quantitative investment manager by using a scientifically rigorous approach to develop and deploy trading strategies.  Our research team consists of scientists, mathematicians, and engineers with PhDs, postdocs, and former faculty positions in a wide variety of fields.

Audience: Graduate Students

Master the Law School Admission Process

Are you considering law school? Learn how law schools evaluate the key components of the process including your LSAT or GRE score, personal statement, optional essays, addendum, recommendations, resume, research, leadership, community service, study abroad, internships and work experience. 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Develop Your Law School Admission Plans & Materials

Want to start working on your narrative for law school? It’s never too early! This workshop will help you learn how to: 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

ExxonMobil Information Session for Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Masters, Ph.D.

Come eat and learn about opportunities at ExxonMobil.

This event is open to Princeton University students only.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Microsoft Office Hours for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors and Masters

Microsoft recruiter Maggie Bott is hosting Office Hours at Princeton! Hiring is in full swing for Software Engineering and Program Management Full Time and 2020 Summer Internship roles at Microsoft. Maggie would love to meet you, chat about your resume, answer questions you might have and otherwise get to know you! 

This event is open...

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Marketing Your Experience Abroad

Learn how to market your global experiences to potential employers and focus on both career-related benefits and learning outcomes. All students who are planning to or already have experience either studying or interning abroad are welcome.

Co-sponsored by Office of International Programs. 

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

Carney, Sandoe & Associates Information Session for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Masters and Ph.D. students

Want to use your degree to make a difference for the next generation?

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Bloomberg Information Session for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Masters and Ph.D. students

This event is open to Princeton University students only.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Science and Technology Job Fair

Representatives from nearly 100 companies will be coming to campus to recruit Princeton undergraduate and graduate students for summer internships and jobs.

Most of the positions cater to students majoring in science, engineering, and math, but recruiters are open to hiring students from a wider array of academic fields who have...

Location: Dillon Gym
Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Design Your Future for Undergraduates

Between classes and extracurriculars, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of Princeton and not take the time to think about your strengths and long-term goals. This interactive workshop will help you begin to explore options and figure out what you want to do—not just what you feel pressured to do. 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Fall City Trek Application Deadline

City Treks is a career exploration program that offers undergraduate and graduate students the unique opportunity to investigate a career field of interest and make professional connections by spending time with alumni and employers in their workplaces during academic breaks.

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Vanderbilt University School of Engineering

Gabriel Luis, graduate recruiter for Vanderbilt University's School of Engineering, will share information about Vanderbilt's engineering and computer science graduate programs and research opportunities. 

This event is open to all Princeton students. 

Refreshments will be served.

Location: East Pyne - 23
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Social Impact Meetup

Curious about careers incorporating service and civic engagement? Alumni and professionals will be coming back to campus to talk about their career paths and employers, and to provide advice for students interested in social impact careers. 

Audience: Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students

Personal Statement Writing Tips from Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School Admissions Officer Monique Atkinson will spend the session discussing the personal statement portion of the law school application and workshopping a mock personal statement with students. 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Public Service & Nonprofit Job/Internship Search

This workshop will offer tips on finding jobs and internships in public services in nonprofits. The session will cover navigating top sites (including Handshake) and provide a list of additional job search sites broken down by sub-categories.

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

Princeton Pre-Law Connects: Cookies & Conversation for First-years and Sophomores

Considering law school and want to learn how to develop your pre-law interests at Princeton? Join us for a casual conversation with seniors who will share their advice and tips on exploring pre-law as an undergraduate.

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Exploring Graduate School: Chats with Ph.D. students - Humanities and Social Science

Are you a junior or senior considering a Ph.D. program in humanities or social sciences after graduating? 

Join us for informal chats with current Ph.D. students in the humanities and social sciences to learn what it's like, ask any questions you have and get general advice to as you explore your options.

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

First Year Internship Dinner

Grab dinner and learn about the different kinds of internships and opportunities first-year students can pursue. 

Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) and other students will give you insider’s look at their internship experiences. Some of the topics they will cover include: the internship search process, tips for applications, interviews and...

Location: Frist Campus Center - Multipurpose Room
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Exploring Graduate School: Chats with Ph.D. students - STEM

Are you a junior or senior considering a Ph.D. program in STEM after graduating? 

Join us for informal chats with current Ph.D. students in the sciences and engineering to learn what it's like, ask any questions you have and get general advice to as you explore your options.

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Princeternship Application Deadline

Ready to observe a prospective career field first-hand? Here's your chance. Since 2008, the Princeternship program has been offering students an inside look at careers by sending them out into the field to investigate career paths and foster personal connections with alumni and employers.

Audience: Undergraduate Students

Rock Your Docs

Need a resume? Want to upgrade your current one? Applying to a Princeton program and want to review your materials before the deadlines?

Stop by anytime between 2-4 p.m. to talk to Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) and Center for Career Development staff for some help. 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students

Rock Your Docs

Need a resume? Want to upgrade your current one? Applying to a Princeton program and want to review your materials before the deadlines?

Stop by anytime between 2-4 p.m. to talk to Peer Career Advisers (PCAs) and Center for Career Development staff for some help. 

Location: Center for Career Development
Audience: Undergraduate Students