Campus Recruiting

More than 100 organizations participate in internship and full-time recruiting at Princeton. Students have the opportunity to attend information sessions, employer-led career education programs and interviews for internships and full-time positions.

For spring 2022, all recruiting activities – information sessions, coffee chats, career fairs, interviews and more – will be virtual.

Campus recruiting is just one of the many options for students. The Center for Career Development also helps students pursue internships and jobs in many other ways.

Campus Recruiting Overview

Please note that campus recruiting and associated events are only open to current Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students. To learn more about recruiting policies and deadlines, read the Princeton Student Community Standards for Recruiting.

The Center for Career Development is committed to ensuring open and equitable access to a broad range of opportunities, across all industries and sectors, for all undergraduate and graduate students.

As a matter of policy, our office does not post opportunities that exclude any student from applying or being considered based on a protected characteristic.  If you believe that one of our postings is inconsistent with this policy, please contact

Please be advised that the inclusion of positions and employers on Handshake do not imply endorsement by the Center for Career Development, nor is it a guarantee of accuracy of the information provided by the employer. 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.

Princeton University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusivity in all hiring and employment practices. All employment professionals wishing to recruit on-campus or post positions are required to work within a framework of professionally accepted recruiting, interviewing and selection techniques and guidelines. This includes the recruiting and offer policies set forth by the Center for Career Development, the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University, the NACE Principles for Professional Practice and the United States Department of Labor FLSA Guidelines (as it relates to paid vs. unpaid internships).

If you have a concern about an interaction you have had with an employer, please send an email to

The Center for Career Development will never send emails soliciting resumes to be sent to a third-party by email. If you receive a message claiming to be from the Center for Career Development that seems suspicious, please forward it to the or contact us.