The Princeton Alumni Council Careers Committee addresses the career development interests and needs of Princeton alumni—undergraduate and graduate—throughout a lifetime.
Annual Reunions Program
What does it take to be a good mentor or mentee? How do mentoring relationships get started? How can they be developed into a long-term and mutually beneficial relationship? Our panel discussion will address the best practices of mentoring, from making that first connection to becoming a mentee or mentor at any stage of your career.
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.
Alumni Careers Network
Hosted by the Office of Career Services, the Alumni Careers Network is an online, searchable database of Princeton alumni who have volunteered to provide career-related advice to Princeton students and fellow alumni. With over 4,000 volunteers worldwide, the ACN is a vast resource to tap when considering a career, changing careers, or networking within your own field.