Are you interested in spending the upcoming summer in D.C., planning programs and social events, and meeting face-to-face with lawmakers and other special guests? The Center for Career Development is hiring an undergraduate (first year, sophomore or junior) for the paid position of Princeton in Washington (PIW) student coordinator in D.C. this summer. The application deadline is March 4.
PIW brings together Princeton students, alumni and experts in the nation's capital for speaker and panel discussions, site visits and social events. Participants learn about careers in public service, connect with peers and explore educational and experiential opportunities throughout the city. The program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as recent alumni. Past events have included talks with Supreme Court justices and lawmakers, mixers, behind-the-scenes tours of the Capitol and high-profile media companies, networking sessions and more.
The responsibilities for the position include coordinating speaker events, planning social events, organizing site visits and tours, raising awareness of the program and more. The coordinator will begin part-time work in the Center for Career Development office in March (start date flexible) for about 2-4 hours/week. Full-time work begins in June, and the coordinator will be based in the Office of Government Affairs in Washington, D.C. PIW operates from mid-June through early August, and the the position ends in late August after final budget and summary reports have been submitted.