Princeton University Office of Career Services Employer Relations Guide 2012-2013
The Employer Relations team at Princeton University Career Services is committed to maintaining strong relationships with employers and to facilitating their connection to our students and alumni. The Employer Relations Guide summarizes the services, resources, and programs available to organizations who wish to recruit Princeton students and alumni, as well the provides an overview of the recruiting calendar for this academic year. We strive to provide high quality services and programs that allow all organizations to establish a mutually beneficial recruiting presence on our campus. We can assist hiring organizations in posting jobs and internships, visiting campus for interviews, career fairs, or information sessions; and can help them explore a variety of visibility options to reach the Princeton audience. For more information, visit www.princeton.edu/career/employers.
Employer Relations team at Princeton University Career Services is committed to maintaining strong relationships with employers and to facilitating their connection to our students and alumni. We strive to provide high quality services and programs that allow all organizations to establish a mutually beneficial recruiting presence on our campus. We can assist your organization in posting jobs and internships, visiting campus for interviews, career fairs, or information sessions; and can help you explore a variety of visibility options to reach the Princeton audience. Thank you for your interest in recruiting Princeton students and alumni. The Employer Relations Posting Jobs & Internships We welcome job and internship postings from employers seeking to fill positions General Posting Policies Career Services reserves the right to determine which postings are appropriate for inclusion in its databases. All employers posting opportunities with Career Services are required to abide by the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University as well as work within the framework of accepted recruiting, interviewing, and selection techniques. This includes policies set forth by the University, the Office of Career Services, the National Association of Colleges & Employers, and the Unites States Department of Labor (FLSA Guidelines as they relate to paid vs. unpaid positions). Please visit our website for more information. with current undergraduate and graduate students, or alumni, of Princeton University. Current Undergraduate and Graduate Students TigerTracks Princeton's own online system (powered by Experience and maintained by Career Services staff). You may post fulltime jobs, internships and fellowship announcements for FREE. TigerTracks is also the system used for On-Campus Recruiting. For information on our fee structure and how to schedule an on-campus recruiting visit, please consult either our on-campus recruiting program handout or visit the employer section of our website. UCAN The UCAN Internship Exchange is a consortium of 22 highly selective private colleges and universities that was created in order to share listings of domestic and international internships, fellowships, and other short-term opportunities with students. You may post internships on this system for FREE. Alumni Alumni Module In partnership with Career Services, Experience provides an alumni postings module on our website for employers and alumni to post full-time opportunities for Princeton University alumni. Employer postings are fee-based, however, we offer FREE postings for Princeton alumni to advertise positions for fellow alumni. (Princeton alumni status must be verified before registering for an account.) On-Campus Recruiting Program E ach year, hundreds of employers from a variety of industries host interviews for full-time and internship opportunities at Princeton Career Services' recruiting facility. Our employer relations team is happy to arrange room reservations within our 20-room interview suite, or direct you to other convenient off-campus venues. (Please note, on-campus interviews for full-time positions may take place in either the Fall or Spring semester, while all internship recruiting is held in the Spring semester.) We can also arrange room reservations for on-campus Information Sessions/Company Presentations or direct you to convenient off-campus venues. For more information on how to register for the on-campus recruiting program and the fees for these services, please visit our website. 2012 - 2013 Fall 2012 09/01 09/13 09/13 09/21 09/24 10/08 10/12 10/22-26 10/29 11/05 11/21-25 12/07 On-Campus Recruiting Calendar To ensure that all students have the opportunity to attend information sessions and interviews, you may want to consult an interfaith calendar for religious days that are commonly observed. Spring 2013 Fall on-campus recruiting posting available First day of classes First day available for information sessions General Interest Career Fair (no interviews) Fall interviews begin Columbus Day (interviews held) Science & Technology Job Fair (interviews held) Mid-Terms Exams (interviews held) Summer internships & spring posting available First day available for information sessions for summer internship positions Thanksgiving Break (no recruiting activities) Last day for fall recruiting activities 02/04 02/04 02/15 02/15 02/18 03/11-15 03/16-24 04/12 06/04 First day of classes Spring interviews begin Summer Internship Fair (interviews held) Nonprofit Career Fair (interviews held) Presidents' Day (interviews held) Mid-Term Exams (interviews held) Spring Break (no recruiting activities) Last day for spring recruiting activities Commencement 10/27-11/04 Fall Break (no recruiting activities) If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact: Julie Shurts, Associate Director for Recruitment and Employer Relations, at 609-258-6349, or jshurts@ princeton.edu. 2012 - 2013 Career Fairs The following career fairs are open to all undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton and are widely publicized. We invite employer organizations who offer internships and/or full-time opportunities to register for these events. General Interest Career Fair Friday, September 21, 2012, 10:30 am�2:30 pm, Dillon Gym This annual fair is traditionally scheduled on the first Friday in October and attracts over 1,000 students, from all majors, who are interested in full-time or internship opportunities within a wide range of industries. To register, contact Vanessa Ross at 609-258-6348. Summer Internship Fair Friday, February 15, 2013, 1�4 pm, Dillon Gym Held annually in mid-February, the Summer Internship Fair offers employers the opportunity to meet hundreds of Princeton students interested in internships or other summer employment. Employers from all industries are welcome. To register, contact Anne Degnan at 609-258-9577. Science & Technology Job Fair Nonprofit Career Fair Friday, October 12, 2012, 10 am�2 pm, Dillon Gym Hosted jointly by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Career Services in the early fall, this fair attracts hundreds of students who are interested in full-time jobs or internships within the natural and applied sciences. To register, contact Traci Miller at 609-258-4554. Friday, February 15, 2013, 1�4 pm, Dillon Gym This annual fair offers nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions the opportunity to meet students from all disciplines who are considering public interest positions. Registration is free to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions. To register, contact Abbey Racelis at 609-258-8184. Intercollegiate Co-Sponsored Fairs Dates to be announced Princeton participates in the All-Ivy Environmental Fair (held in February or March) as well as the Bioengineering/ Biotechnology Career Consortium (held in the fall). To register, contact Satomi Yaji Chudasama at 609-258-0008. 36 University Place, Suite 200 Princeton, New Jersey, 08544 T 609-258-3325 F 609-258-2919 www.princeton.edu/career Visibility Options To help raise student awareness of your organization at Princeton University, we are happy to assist your organization in building and maintaining on-campus visibility. In addition to our career fairs (see calendar on previous page), there some additional visibility options listed below. For more information on these options, please visit the "Employer" section of our website. Advertise in campus publications Career Fair Guidebooks and other Career Center Publications We developed an employer advertising program as a cost-effective way to help you establish or maintain a successful recruiting partnership with our school and enhance your organization's visibility in our career center publications. This includes advertising in our Career Fair Guidebooks and our new Career Planning Guide, a comprehensive resource for all undergraduate students. Campus Media Outlets Employers may wish to purchase advertising in other campus media outlets to publicize opportunities and upcoming events. The main campus newspaper at Princeton University is the Daily Princetonian, a student-run, nonprofit organization since 1876 (www.dailyprincetonian.com/advertising). The second largest student-run publication is the Nassau Weekly, which operates under the Princeton Broadcasting Services, Inc., a nonprofit organization (http:// nassauweekly.com/). The Princeton Broadcasting Services also operates WPRB 103.3 FM, a community supported radio station broadcasting to central New Jersey and Philadelphia. Additionally, the student Publicity Agency is a student-operated business that provides door-to-door flyer delivery, mailbox stuffing, bulletin board, and poster services across campus. For more information, e-mail: publicit@ princeton.edu. Host information sessions and company presentations As part of our on-campus recruiting program, we can assist your organization in planning pre-interview presentations and information sessions. This includes handling room reservations on-campus such as University classrooms and lecture halls. Or, once you have registered to host an information session with our office, we can also direct you to other convenient off-campus venues, such as the Nassau Inn. The fees associated with this service are available on our website. Send customized messages to students via TigerTracks We can send targeted e-mail messages regarding opportunities at your organization to students who have expressed an interest in your industry at no cost. We can also send e-mail messages to publicize your information sessions/ company presentations. Due to the high volume of requests, we generally limit this service to one targeted e-mail message per event/position. The guidelines for writing and submitting messages are available on our website. Continued next page... Register Princeton alumni at your organization as Princeternship Program hosts The Princeternship Program is an externship program that allows students to explore their career interests and make professional connections with Princeton alumni. The program involves alumni hosting Princeton students in their workplace during the academic break periods (winter and spring) for one to three days. Organizations may structure activities for the student in a variety of ways to provide them with a realistic "day in the life" experience and valuable exposure to their company including employee shadowing, tours, meetings, informal discussions, or case studies. Students apply to participate in the program and your organization may host one or more students. If you are interested in registering or would like more information, please visit the "Princeternship" section of our website (select "Princeternship" from the shortcut menu at the top of our home page). Present a skill-building workshop for students or become a "Recruiter in Residence" We welcome employers who wish to share their insights regarding the job search process with our students. For example, our "Case Interview Strategies" workshops are hosted by employers and help students learn how to prepare for the challenges of a case-style interview. Employers may also participate in our "Recruiter in Residence" program to meet with and advise students regarding their job search strategy, provide resume critiques, or mock interview practice sessions. These workshops and visits are advertised in the Daily Princetonian and your organization's name will be featured in promotional materials and on our website. Contact Us Seeta Hayban, Recruiting Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-5752 Administrative Staff Beverly Hamilton-Chandler, Director, email@example.com; 609-258-6355 Vanessa Ross, Assistant to the Director, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-6348 Evangeline Kubu, Manager of Communications & Outreach, email@example.com; 609-258-8436 Jaysen LeSage, Systems Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-6350 Dawn Morton, Information Specialist/Credentials Coordinator, email@example.com; 609-258-1114 Employer Relations Team Julie Shurts, Associate Director for Recruitment and Employer Relations, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-6349 Jennifer Prudencio, Assistant Director, Internships & Career Counseling, email@example.com; 609-258-7214 Anne Degnan, Internship Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-9577 Counseling Staff Kathleen Mannheimer, Associate Director for Career Counseling, email@example.com; 609-258-2501 Satomi Yaji Chudasama, Assistant Director, Liberal Arts & Engineering Career Counseling, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-0008 Lyon Zabsky, Assistant Director, Pre-Law Advising & Alumni Resources, email@example.com; 609-258-6351 Amy Pszczolkowski, Assistant Director, Graduate Student Counseling, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-1090 Abigail Racelis, Assistant Director, Arts, Nonprofit & Public Sector, email@example.com; 609-258-8184 Lisa Bogdanski, Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement, firstname.lastname@example.org; 609-258-8387 Dorothy Farina, Counselors' Assistant, email@example.com; 609-258-7603 Facts and Figures... Princeton University 2011-2012 Academics Faculty, including full-time, part-time and visiting: 1,152 (spring 2011) Undergraduate student to faculty ratio: 6:1 Departments: 34 Interdisciplinary certificate programs: 47 Schools within the University: Undergraduate College School of Architecture School of Engineering and Applied Science Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Students Student enrollment: 7,783 total; 5,173 undergraduate; 2,450 graduate (2011-2012) Undergraduate admission rate in 2011-12: 8.5 percent Undergraduate students on financial aid: 60 percent Average financial aid grant for the class of 2015: $37,900 Students from more than 98 countries American minorities make up approximately 37 percent of the undergraduate student body Offices of Career Services 36 University Place, Suite 200 Princeton, New Jersey 08544 T 609-258-3325 F 609-258-2919 firstname.lastname@example.org www.princeton.edu/career Reproduction in whole or part of this publication without written permission is strictly prohibited.