Princeton University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusivity in all hiring and employment practices and to ensuring equitable access to opportunities. All employment professionals participating in our campus recruiting program (this includes postings, on-campus interviews, employer information sessions, career fairs, coffee chats and other visibility events and programs coordinated in conjunction with the Center for Career Development) must agree to work within a framework of professionally accepted recruiting, interviewing and selection practices as stipulated in the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University, the Princeton Standards below, the NACE Principles for Ethical Practice and the United States Department of Labor FLSA Guidelines as it relates to paid vs. unpaid internships as well as abide by the recruiting and offer guidelines outlined below.
The Center for Career Development is committed to ensuring open and equitable access to the broadest range of opportunities, across all industries and sectors, for all undergraduate and graduate students. We acknowledge that not all opportunities are of interest to all students. Still, we believe it is appropriate to leave it to the members of our community to make their own personal decisions about the paths they pursue. We take a holistic approach to help students discover and explore the opportunities they will find personally meaningful and to understand their values, interests and strengths as part of the career decision-making process.
Recruiting organizations that do not comply with our guidelines as outlined below risk losing the support of the Center for Career Development for their recruiting at Princeton.