The Princeton in Washington program (PIW) brings students, alumni and experts together for exclusive events to foster connections and provide opportunities to learn about alumni career paths. This summer marks the fifty-fifth year of the program.
Typically, PIW consists of in-person events for students in the D.C. area during the summer, but this year the events will be virtual and open to all undergraduate and graduate students.
- Balancing the stories of COVID-19, systemic racism & police brutality/reform, and the 2020 election (July 2)
- Serving on the National Security Council and building a public policy career (July 14)
- Navigating politics, a pandemic, and calls for social justice - A conversation with Representatives Terri Sewell '86 and Derek Kilmer '96 (July 22)
- Media, communications & democracy amid a global pandemic (July 28)
PIW is sponsored by the Center for Career Development with support from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, the Office of Government Affairs and the Princeton Club of Washington, D.C.