What did you learn/accomplish during your summer experience this year? Do you have any highlights or favorite memories?
No matter what you did this summer, it’s likely that your answers are packed with great information!
This program will help you identify the key experiences and stories from your summer experience to share in your resume, cover letters, interviews and personal statements. Walk away with a strategy and action steps you can take to help you market yourself to potential employers and graduate/professional schools.
This is the last session of the Virtual Summer Professional Development Series coordinated by the Princeton Internship, Fellowship, and Funding Group.
The Princeton Internship, Fellowship, and Funding Group consists of the Center for Career Development, Alumni Corps, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, Center for Health and Wellbeing, Dean of the College, Emma Bloomberg Center, Finance & Treasury, German Work Program, High Meadows Environmental Institute, International Programs (including Fellowship Advising and International Internships), Keller Center, Pace Center (including PICS, RISE, Service Focus, Bogle Fellowship, and Davis Projects for Peace), Religious Life, Princeton in Africa, Princeton in Asia, Princeton in Latin America, ProCES, SPIA, and Undergraduate Research.
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