You can play a critical role in encouraging and inspiring current graduate students along their professional development journey by serving as role models, connectors, mentors and advocates.
Here are just a few of the many ways you can help make a difference:
- Join the GradFUTURES LinkedIn group to connect with over 400 graduate alumni and current graduate students.
- Serve as a virtual panelist or facilitator at one of our professional development programs
- Volunteer to be interviewed for an alumni career video series
- Virtually host graduate students at your organization for an Industry Exploration Day or shadowing
- Arrange an immersive experience at your organization such as a short-term project, fellowship or summer internship for current students
- Volunteer to mentor graduate students
- Connect graduate students with others in your professional network
- Join us for the GradFUTURES Professional Development Virtual Forum in May 2021
Interested in getting involved? Please reach out via email (email@example.com) or by complete the short form at the bottom of this page!
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Graduate Alumni Profiles
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The inaugural keynote speaker for the GradFUTURES Star Lessons in Leadership series, B. Ben Baldanza *86, a Princeton School of…
Award-winning author, educator, and entrepreneur Carol Barash holds degrees from Yale (BA, summa cum laude), UVa (MA), and Princeton (Ph.D.) and has spent 20+ years innovating EdTech.
Dr. Udit Batra earned a Ph.D. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Princeton.
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"I would recommend this program to any Princeton graduate student, and they will gain a lot by participating in it."
"Organizing the first Grad Student Career Meetup helped me to start picturing myself doing other things, and now I am happily managing academics at a creative media school in Paris."
Kristin Bietsch finished her PhD in Demography at Princeton’s Office of Population Research in 2015. She moved to Washington D.C. where she spent 2 years working as a Research Associate at the Population Reference Bureau. She has worked at Avenir Health for the last 3 years conducting research on fertility and family planning in developing countries. Prior to COVID-19 she travelled extensively conducting trainings at Ministries of Health in Asia and Africa. She lives in Connecticut with her spouse (who she met while in graduate school), their 9-month-old daughter, and dog.