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.

Learn more about the Reunions 2017 Careers Conference

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.

Princeton Alumni Career Networking 

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.

Committee Leadership

Brian O'Toole '03, Chair

Jeremy Glantz '90, Vice Chair


Beth Brett '98

Margaret Clark *88

Jeremy Glantz '90

Lawrence Otis Graham '83

Matthew Jacobs '77

Jeremy Kestler '94

Suzanne Morrison '89

Janine Oliver '05

Marnie Rosenberg '97

Andria Mirabal '08, Career Services Liaison

Michele Whitlow, Staff Liaison