The Keller Center and Career Services are pleased to announce a new mini-course for graduate students in Spring 2017! Based on design thinking & entrepreneurship methodologies, this mini-course will offer graduate students who feel stuck a way to create career & life paths that are both fulfilling and viable. In the first couple sessions, we'll explore how to effectively research yourself and the landscape of opportunities. In the later sessions, we'll re-frame the career search process from a "choosing" endeavor to a "creating" endeavor. In this way, we'll get "unstuck."
This mini-course is open to graduate students and is by application only. The course consists of five (5) sessions; students should be prepared to attend all sessions in order to gain full benefits. Deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 1st at 11:59pm.
- Course Dates: (Thursdays) February 9 & 23; March 16 & 30; and April 6
- Time: 12:00 – 1:30PM
- Location: The Princeton Entrepreneurial Hub Room 115
- Enrollment: capped at 15
- Lunch will be served
- Co-sponsored by Career Services and the Keller Center