For Employers

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Graduates of the Woodrow Wilson School pursue widely varied careers with both an international and domestic focus in the federal government of the United States, the governments of foreign nations, international organizations, state and local governments, think tanks, nonprofit organizations, the media, consulting firms and the private sector.

Employers - Job/Internship Opportunity Announcements

We want to know about job and internship opportunities available in your organization.

Please create an account in WooConnect to post your positions.

The following information should be included in your posting:

  • clearly indicate if position is a:
    • summer internship;
    • one year internship;
    • work-study internship (i.e., during the academic year);
    • middle year out job;
    • or a permanent position
  • name of the hiring organization
  • address of the hiring organization
  • job title
  • location of job
  • salary range (if applicable)
  • position description
  • qualifications (preferred and required)
  • application procedures
  • application deadline
  • approximate start date
  • number of weeks (if not permanent)

If you encounter any issues posting your opportunity in WooConnect please contact:

Barbara Hampton
Director of Graduate Career Services and Alumni Relations
Princeton University
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
2-C-4 Green Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544-1013