Story Your Future: Individual Mentoring Sessions with Carol Barash *89 (English)

Mar 28, 2022, 2:00 pm3:30 pm
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Event Description
Wondering how to leverage your unique skills, experience, and purpose? Carol helps you hone your story and plan next steps.

Carol advises CEOs, tech entrepreneurs, graduate students, and alumni of all ages how to build their biggest, boldest lives through the science of storytelling and community.

Since her pivotal role as the Assistant Director of Princeton's first Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (CETH) – in the basement of Firestone Library – Carol's career connects education with technology to foster communities that nurture and engage multiple points of view.

A proud Princeton PhD, Carol is the founder and CEO of Story2, a Techstars funded community of over a quarter million storytellers across five continents. Carol brings stories from her experience as a mother, teacher, author, storyteller, university administrator, digital humanist, Pharma marketer, consultant, and entrepreneur to help you get where you want to go and be who you want to be.

Princeton graduate students are encouraged to sign up with Dr. Barash for personalized sessions to help you tell your story in and beyond academia. Space is limited!

Princeton Graduate Students register here:

All others, please note that space is extremely limited for the opportunity. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please do so here:

This event is part of the GradFutures Forum. This multi-day professional development conference was established in 2020 and brings together graduate students, graduate alumni, thought leaders, authors, and industry experts from around the country and the globe.

With dozens of engaging keynote speakers, skill-building workshops, and networking sessions, the goal of the Forum is to expose graduate students to diverse career options within and beyond the academy, share inspirational stories and practical advice-- and facilitate connections and community. For more information and the full schedule of events, visit


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