ROOTS (Reaching Opportunities for Occupational Triumphs and Success) Kickoff

Jan 31, 2024, 5:30 pm6:30 pm
Undergraduate Students


Event Description

Join us to learn and learn about the ROOTS (Reaching Opportunities for Occupational Triumphs and Success) program. Dinner will be served.

The ROOTS program is a career development series that empowers students to focus on their identities within their own professional journeys, and addresses issues commonly faced by traditionally underrepresented groups of students. It is open to all Princeton undergraduate students.

This Kickoff will cover how ROOTS can help you:

  • Navigate resources and opportunities at Princeton
  • Learn about different industries and career paths
  • Develop job and internship search skills
  • Build a peer-to-peer career support system and foster a sense of community 
  • Leave with concrete next steps and a clearer picture of your future

The registration link for the ROOTS program

The ROOTS program is co-sponsored by the Center for Career Development, Black Student Union, the Carl A. Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding, Peer Health Adviser (PHA) Program, and the TigerWell Program.

Email Satomi Chudasama ([email protected]) to request accommodations at least 2 weeks prior to the program.