Partner with us to empower graduate students! An array of offices, centers, and programs across campus share in a collective mission to advance graduate student professional development. Image: Sameer A. Khan / Fotobuddy The GradFUTURES initiative reflects a shared vision to expand graduate student professional development and help graduate students across fields envision multiple futures. This work is directly supported by our ever-growing roster of campus partners, whose many events, resources, and opportunities are integrated throughout this website. To learn more about their work, explore the links below. The list is constantly evolving as new programs and partnerships are created. To learn how you can join the GradFUTURES initiative, please contact us at [email protected]. A Campus-Wide Ecosystem Princeton’s campus-wide innovation ecosystem includes a wide range of partners. Our shared goal is simple, yet expansive: To empower individuals with the professional competencies and connections required to chart their futures. Program Spotlight: University Administrative Fellowships Created in 2014, the University Administrative Fellows (UAF) program provides enrolled graduate students the opportunity to work in an administrative capacity with your group for approximately six hours per week during the course of a semester. During that time, graduate students gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for university administration. Hosts enjoy working with talented graduate students across fields on a discrete deliverable or an ongoing project! UAF hosts craft their position descriptions in consultation with Assistant Dean James M. Van Wyck. The GradFUTURES team then circulates the posting to graduate students in the GradFUTURES Professional Development Newsletter, and on the GradFUTURES website. Interested in Mentoring a University Administrative Fellow? First Name Last Name Email Comments CAPTCHA Leave this field blank Learn More About Hosting & Mentoring a UAF A Sampling of Partner Offices We continue to be inspired by the many campus offices that center graduate students in their work, creating opportunities for skill-building, community-building, and career exploration. Art Hx Bendheim Center for Finance Campus Rec Center for Career Development Center for Culture, Society and Religion Center for Digital Humanities Center for Information Technology Policy Corporate Engagement & Foundation Relations Council on Science and Technology Counseling and Psychological Services Data-Driven Social Science Initiative Davis International Center Fellowship Advising Graduate School - Access, Diversity and Inclusion Graduate Student Government Industrial Relations Section James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions Keller Center Lewis Center for the Arts McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning Office of Communications Office of Information Technology (OIT) Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity Office of Religious Life Office of Sustainability Office of Technology Licensing Office of the Dean for Research Office of the Dean of the Faculty Office of the Provost Office of the Vice President for Campus Life Pace Center for Civic Engagement Pivot Princeton Alumni Weekly Princeton Center for Language Study Princeton Entrepreneurship Council Princeton Innovation Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) Princeton Materials Institute Princeton Research Computing Princeton Research Data Service Princeton Research Day Princeton Survey Research Center Princeton University Alumni Princeton University Humanities Council Princeton University Library Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) Princeton University Press Princeton Urban Imagination Center Princeton Writing Program PrincetonWrites Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) Program for Community Engaged Scholarship Program in Teacher Preparation School of Engineering and Applied Science School of Public and International Affairs Science Outreach University Center for Human Values University Health Services We empower graduate students to create their future(s) -- on their terms. Established by the Graduate School in fall of 2019, GradFUTURES® serves as Princeton’s professional development hub for empowering graduate student futures through a broad spectrum of skills training, mentorship, bespoke experiential opportunities and interdisciplinary learning programs. Learn more about our approach.