Disclaimer for Online Resources
Information in the external pages that this site links to come from a variety of sources. Please be advised that the inclusion of resources on this website does not imply endorsement by the Center for Career Development, nor is it a guarantee of accuracy of the information.
When conducting a job search, it is the responsibility of each individual to research the integrity of the organizations to which one is applying. The individual is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization and when supplying personal information through the Internet. Princeton University and the Center for Career Development do not author, edit, or monitor these outside pages and therefore cannot assume responsibility for their content.
The Center for Career Development advises site visitors to read the privacy policies of any third-party sites accessed through this site. Princeton University does not endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants or documentation referenced on this site. Any mention of vendors, products or services is for informational purposes only.
Disclaimer for Internship and Job Postings on Handshake & UCAN
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. Please be advised that the inclusion of positions and employers on Handshake and UCAN does 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.
All employers participating in the campus recruiting program and who post positions are reviewed by our office and required to confirm compliance with professionally accepted recruiting, interviewing and selection practices. This includes standards and practices set forth in the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University, the NACE Principles for Ethical Practice, Princeton University Community Standards for Employment Professionals and the United States Department of Labor FLSA Guidelines as it relates to paid vs. unpaid internships as well as abide by the recruiting and offer policies.
To learn more about recruiting policies and deadlines, read the Princeton Student Community Standards for Recruiting.