One night. One focus. Princetonians around the world.
On Tuesday, February 25, the Princeton Area Alumni Association [PA3] will be one of many regional
associations hosting a local, in-person, networking event as part of “Princeton Global NetNight 2014:
Mentoring and Beyond: Developing Long-term Professional Relationships,” at 6:30 PM at Princeton AlumniCorps, 12 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ 08540. In order to have a raucous but productive interactive evening, we have recruited leaders across a 45-year span of Princeton experience:
Paul Nehring ’10, formerly of iMentor.org, a technology-facilitated mentoring program serving over 3000 students from low-income neighborhoods, is currently Program Manager at Princeton AlumniCorps.
Cheryl Rowe-Rendleman ’81 holds a PhD in biochemistry and biophysics. She played a major role in developing the 2014 NetNight program and the mentoring program of Graduate Women in Science and Engineering (GWISE). She owns OMAR, a consulting firm.
Rick Ober ’65 is currently General Counsel and Secretary of Isles, Inc., a Trenton nonprofit. He serves as a mentor in the Yale Law Women Mentorship program and Co-Facilitated Trinity Jobseekers for 9 years.
The cost is $5 for those who RSVP in advance, $10 at the door for those of you who worry about the weather and will only show up if it's balmy. PayPal/Credit Card Button below. For troglodytes, if you must mail a check, please make it payable to the Princeton Area Alumni Association [please put NetNight on the Memo line], and send it to our Treasurer, Fouad J. Masrieh *69
Fouad J. Masrieh
1009 Barclay Blvd
Princeton, NJ 08540
Global NetNight 2014 ( Tuesday, February 25, 2014 - 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM )
Location: Princeton AlumniCorps, 12 Stockton St., Princeton 08540
Cost: $5 in advance, $10 at door
Organized by: Princeton Alumni Association Careers Committee
Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Princeton
Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Princeton ( Monday, November 11, 2013 - 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM )
Location: Princeton Club of NY, NYC
What Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do For Career Services
What Princeton Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do For Career Services.
The Office of Career Services continues to support Tigers after they leave Princeton whether you are a recent alum thinking about graduate or professional school or a new position, or a more experienced professional in the process of planning for a career change or career transition. Come hear more about it from Beverly Hamilton-Chandler, Director, and Kathleen Mannheimer, Senior Associate Director of Career Services on Wednesday, December 11 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM in their offices at 36 University Place, Suite 200 – Second Floor.
Career counselors can assist you in:
· Self-exploration to identify your unique goals, including administration of career assessments
· Researching industries and possible career choices
· Setting goals and strategies for job search success
· Connecting with other alumni through alumni events, or using the Alumni Careers Network
· Exploring graduate or professional school
· Developing or updating your resume, cover letter, or other application documents
There are also a number of ways that Career
Services puts alumni in touch with each other and current Princeton students.
Through the and the , alumni can offer to serve as career mentors to those
interested in their professions and industries by offering advice by phone or
email, or a an opportunity to visit their workplaces for 1-3 days. It also
provide free posting services for alumni to to Princeton students.
Alumni can also through
one of the on-line job-posting systems.
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What Career Services Can Do For Alumni-And What Alumni Can Do For Career Services ( Wednesday, December 11, 2013 - 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM )
Location: 36 University Place, Suite 200 2nd Fl
Organized by: PA3
Purpose, Passion and a Plan: Building a Bridge to Your Next Opportunity
Purpose, Passion, and a Plan:
Building a Bridge to Your Next Opportunity
Princeton AlumniCorps invites you to join us for a networking reception and conversation featuring Marci Alboher, author of the Encore Career Handbook, from 6-8 pm on 11/14 at the Princeton Club in NYC.
- Are you looking to use your skills for a cause you care about?
- Do you want to explore opportunities in the non-profit/public interest world?
- Are you in career transition, out of work, retired, or taking time out for family?
Connect with pro bono projects and career opportunities in the social sector through AlumniCorps’ Community Volunteers program. Representatives from a diverse range of nonprofit organizations who are looking for your skill set will be at the event. Use this networking opportunity and conversation to learn from others who are devoting their time and talent to make a difference.
Featuring a conversation with Marci Alboher, author of The Encore Career Handbook & VP, Encore.org, a national nonprofit promoting second acts for the greater good. Moderated by Anne Tergesen '86, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal.
- Della Britton Baeza ’75, President & CEO of the Jackie Robinson Foundation and former entertainment lawyer
- Bill Woodrow ’70, Community Volunteer for the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), who is using his experience in marketing and project management to build PEEC’s capacity
- Sharon Keld ’80, Development Officer at Princeton AlumniCorps and former Peace Corps volunteer and marketing professional
When: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 6:00-8:00 pm ?
Where: The Princeton Club, 15 West 43rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues
RSVP: Click here to register by October 31
Contact: RBenevento@AlumniCorps.org with questions.
Space is limited so be sure to sign up early!
Sponsored jointly by Princeton AlumniCorps, Encore.org, the Class of ’71 Legacy Initiative, and the Princeton Club
Purpose, Passion and a Plan: Building a Bridge to Your Next Opportunity ( Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM )
Location: Princeton Club of New York
Organized by: Princeton AlumniCorps, Princeton Club of New York
Alumni Needed to Become Princeternship Hosts
Register Now to Become a Princeternship Host
Three sessions available in 2014: January 6-10; January 27-31; March 17-21
Princeternship program is an opportunity for alumni to host current
students at their workplace for a one- to three-day externship
experience to give them
a “day in the life” perspective of your career, industry, and/or
organization. This might include student participation in meetings,
shadowing, demonstrations, Q&A sessions, case studies, and/or tours.
Visit http://tinyurl.com/PrinceternHosts for more information
about the program, how to register, upcoming deadlines, and to read
Please contact Rachel Jimenez, Assistant Director of Student/Alumni Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.