The Princeton Alumni Council Careers Committee addresses the career development interests and needs of Princeton alumni – graduate and undergraduate – throughout their lives. To learn more about the Committee’s work, leadership and membership, view the Working Document [PDF] (Committee Charter) and Alumni Networking Framework.
Top 10 Tips and Tricks for mid-career transition at Reunions 2017
Looking for a new job? Come learn the Top 10 Tips and Tricks Mid-Career Transition from the Office of Career Services. In addition, a LinkedIn expert will be on site to help spruce up your profile.
Alumni Career Networking
Princeton regional associations around the globe will host in-person customized networking events for alumni interested in career development topics and reconnecting with fellow Tigers.
Major Class Year Survey
Major Reunions classes typically survey their members for a snapshot of their collective lives, families, interests and careers as they evolve over a lifetime. The Careers Committee has developed a survey process to meet class needs that, in addition, will provide the Committee with current data on alumni careers over time and across generations and inform programming decisions.