Identity & Career

Your intersecting identities — backgrounds, experiences, voices and perspectives — will inform career decision-making, work and professional development throughout your time at Princeton and beyond.

The Center for Career Development is committed to empowering undergraduate and graduate students to pursue personally meaningful careers. We work with students of all backgrounds, identities and interests. 

The resources outlined in the following pages are not meant to be exhaustive, and are intended to supplement your exploration. You may identify with multiple categories listed below, or find helpful information in categories you wouldn't expect. 

In addition to reviewing these resources, we recommend you meet with a career adviser. You do not have to have anything figured out before an advising appointment. Advisers can help you talk through your questions, figure out what interests you and how to start putting together a personalized plan. 

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