Kathryn Hamm '91: “If you’re part of the Princeton community, it’s not by accident”

Kathryn graduated from Princeton in 1991 with an A.B. in psychology and a certificate in women’s studies. She also holds an M.S.W. from the Catholic University of America. Kathryn is the Chief Operating Officer for The Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, overseeing business operations, strategic partnerships, and sales development.

Meet this summer’s PIW coordinator

The Princeton in Washington (PIW) summer program provides students interning in the nation’s capital a unique opportunity to build community away from campus, connect with alumni, and learn about career paths in public service, journalism, politics, law, nonprofits and more. Since its inception nearly six decades ago, it has provided countless…

Eric Jordan '09: “Your career reflects a broad grouping of your life experiences, goals, and values”

Eric graduated from Princeton in 2009 with a B.A. in Architecture. He later graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014 and is a licensed attorney currently residing in Boston. Eric works at Harvard University’s Office for Dispute Resolution as an investigator.

SSII applications for summer 2024 are open

The Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund provides financial support for undergraduate students with eligible summer internships at nonprofit or government organizations. 

Apply to be the Princeton in Washington Summer Coordinator

Are you interested in spending the upcoming summer in D.C., planning programs and social events, and meeting with lawmakers and other special guests?

Applications are open for the Grad Connect Mentorship Program

The program matches graduate students with juniors who are considering applying to Ph.D. programs, preparing them to navigate the application process, sharing helpful advice in evaluating programs and funding, and providing insight into what it's like to be a graduate student. 

Register for our Wintersession programs

Join us for employer site visits in New York City, a meal and a dining etiquette lesson, a professional attire workshop and shopping trip, careers in Hollywood and more. 

Eric Plummer '10: “Use your identity as your superpower”

Eric graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in Economics. He currently resides in Bloomfield, New Jersey and works at Silicon Valley Bank as managing director of sales operations and go-to market strategy. 

Find funded summer service and social impact internships with LENS

Every Princeton undergraduate has the opportunity to participate in a paid social impact or service internship over the summer through the Learning and Education through Service (LENS) initiative. 

Thomas Ray Garcia '16: “Identify what draws you to your field of interest in the first place”

Thomas graduated from Princeton with a B.A. in English. He writes fiction and nonfiction primarily about US-Mexico borderlands. He's the founder of the College Scholarship Leadership Access Program (CSLAP), where he works directly with students to increase college enrollment rates in Hidalgo County.