On March 3, 2015, Princeton regional associations around the world will host in-person networking events — Global NetNights — for alumni who are interested in connecting with fellow Tigers to further their career development and strengthen their network. This year, the Alumni Council Committee on Careers is pleased to announce that we will be partnering with the Office of Career Services and Princeton's new Executive Director of Career Services Pulin Sanghvi for Career and Life Vision: Define Your Legacy.

Using concepts from their Career and Life Vision program, Pulin and his team will provide video segments and small group interactive exercises designed to help you discover new insights about yourself and what matters most to you. This is the same program that was launched on campus in January 2014, and has already reached hundreds of students and alumni. You will leave Global NetNight with a new understanding of yourself and inspiration to follow the path most consistent with your unique vision of a happy and meaningful life.

What is Global NetNight?

Global NetNight is a Princeton-affiliated networking event, organized by a  regional association, that brings together Princetonians who want to further their career development and strengthen their network. Global NetNight has three hallmark components:

– A speaker focused on a career-related topic

– A structured networking exercise

– A traditional networking reception

Attend Global NetNight in Your Area

Global NetNight fosters connections. It offers alumni opportunities to find business partners, learn innovative ideas about careers, establish contacts in an industry or organization and problem-solve a critical career issue.

View the list of cities hosting Global NetNight events

Volunteer Resources

Use these tools to plan and host Global NetNight in your area. Items include a how-to guide, an event planning timeline, and marketing components for promoting your local Global NetNight.

Learn more

Global NetNight 2015 is sponsored by the Alumni Council Committee on Careers in partnership with the Committee on Regional Associations.