In addition to scheduling career transition advising appointments, you can use Handshake to find jobs postings. If you have not yet set up your free Handshake account or do not remember your login credentials, you can find instructions to activate your account on Handshake's site.
All Princeton undergraduates, graduate students and alumni can create a free CareerShift account to access in-depth information about contacts, get up-to-date information including email addresses for millions of companies and find related job postings.
Career guides and profiles; industry and company research; internship information; and career advice. Access is free for Princeton students and alumni courtesy of the University Library.
A database containing information on nearly 1,000 different occupations to help seekers identify jobs that match their skills and interests, and to explore different career paths.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, this site provides career exploration resources covering a wide range of fields.
Available for anyone with a LinkedIn account, this tool helps you discover where alumni work and their paths after Princeton.
Princeton's official online community, TigerNet is a searchable directory featuring alumni contact information. Paired with the LinkedIn alumni search tool, it's an effective way to find contact information for alumni and contact them for advice and to learn about their career paths.