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On-Campus Recruiting/ TigerTracks Orientation 2006-2007 Recruiting Season Office of Career Services What is On-Campus Recruiting? the opportunity to interview with a large number of companies here on campus (these are fairly competitive 1 st round interviews) job postings resume referrals

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on campus recruiting tigertracks orientation 2006 2007 recruiting season
On-Campus Recruiting/TigerTracks Orientation2006-2007 Recruiting Season

Office of

Career Services

what is on campus recruiting
What is On-Campus Recruiting?
  • the opportunity to interview with a large number of companies here on campus (these are fairly competitive 1st round interviews)
  • job postings
  • resume referrals
  • targeted emails
what is tigertracks
What is TigerTracks?

An online campus-recruiting management system powered by Experience.com that:

  • allows you to store your application documents all in one place
  • allows you to track your applications and interviews
  • allows employers to post jobs and review resumes
  • allows us to manage the recruiting process, advertise events on the calendar and send you targeted emails about job opportunities
who recruits at princeton in 2005 2006 over 200 employers recruited on campus
Accounting

Arts/Entertainment

Communications/ Media

Construction

Consulting

Consumer Products

Education/Academia

Energy/Utilities

Engineering

Environment

Finance/Banking

Government

Law

Manufacturing

Non-Profit

Pharmaceutical

Research

Retail/Merchandising

Technology

Wholesale

Who Recruits at Princeton?In 2005-2006, over 200 employers recruited on campus.
what to expect 1 st round interviews
What to Expect – 1st Round Interviews
  • On-Campus (201 Nassau St., Nassau Inn)
  • 30-45 Minute Format
  • Back-to-Back Interviews
  • Feedback
cancellation policy
Cancellation Policy

Students can cancel an interview directly though TigerTracks with at least 2 business days notice. To cancel an interview within 2 business days of the interview date, students must call Career Services. Cancellations made on the day of the interview are strongly discouraged and will require a student to call Career Services and to submit a letter of apology to the employer; a copy of the letter must also be sent to Anthony Chiappetta, Associate Director for Recruitment and Employer Relations, in the Office of Career Services. Without 2 business days notice, attending a 2nd round interview will not be considered a valid reason to cancel a previously scheduled 1st round interview.

no show policy
No-Show Policy

No shows will not be tolerated. If a student is a “no show” for an interview, he/she must submit a letter of apology to the employer within 24 hours. A copy of the letter must also be submitted to Anthony Chiappetta, Associate Director for Recruitment and Employer Relations, with an explanation provided as to why the student missed the interview. A determination will be made by the Office of Career Services as to whether the student may continue to participate in the program based upon the individual circumstance. If a valid explanation is not provided or if a student is a no show for a 2nd time, he/she will be dismissed from the recruiting program and will be removed from all subsequent interview schedules. Attending a 2nd round interview will not be considered a valid reason to miss a previously scheduled 1st round interview.

offer policy acceptances
Offer Policy - Acceptances
  • We encourage a reasonable time frame for acceptances and prohibit any practice that improperly influences and affects job acceptances (e.g., exploding offers to induce early acceptances).
    • If employers make full-time offers at the end of the summer to interns, we ask that they give the interns until December 1 to make a decision, so that these students may participate in fall on-campus recruiting. If employers make internship offers to interns to return for a second internship the following summer, we ask that they give the interns until March 1 to make a decision, so the students may participate in spring on-campus recruiting.
    • We ask that organizations that make offers to students through fall recruiting (prior to Dec. 31) give students until January 1 to make a decision.
    • For offers made on or after January 1, students should be given 1 month to decide.
offer policy reneging
Offer Policy - Reneging

Any student who has reneged on the acceptance of an offer obtained through the On-Campus Recruiting program will be immediately suspended from the program. Once you have accepted an employment offer, you are no longer eligible to apply for positions or to attend any previously scheduled interviews. If there are special circumstances surrounding your decision to accept or to decline an employment offer, such as the need for more time to make a decision, we strongly recommend that you contact Anthony Chiappetta for assistance with your decision-making process.

tiger tracks getting started
Tiger Tracks – Getting Started

Access TigerTracks via either

  • http://www.princeton.edu/career/
  • http://princeton.erecruiting.com

Use Internet Explorer or Netscape (versions 5.0 and up are supported). AOL is not recommended.

New Users – to log in

Your username is your email address. Your password is randomly generated. To get your password, click the Forgot your password? link on the upper right of this screen.

Returning Tiger Tracks Users – to log in

  • Your username has recently changed to your email address and your password remains the same as when you last used it. If you do not remember your password, click the Forgot your password? link on the upper right of this screen. Experience will email it to you within minutes.
  • Change your password to something you can easily remember.
your student profile
Your Student Profile
  • Click Profile from the top menu.
  • Click Edit to modify each section’s information.
  • Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.
  • Fields marked with a magnifying glass are searchable by employers after you apply for a job or post your resume to the Experience Global Network.
  • Click Save when finished with each section.
your student profile12
Your Student Profile
  • Personal Info – please be sure to provide a current phone number in case we need to contact you.
  • Academics – please be sure that your Expected Graduation Date is accurate.
  • Future Plans – targeted emails are sent out based on your Career Preferences selections.
  • Administration – select “Yes” to receive email from Career Services.
  • Change Password
documents
Documents
  • you can have an unlimited number of documents as long as they are under 500 KB
  • your documents should be Word or RTF files
  • always review your documents after they are converted
  • use traditional names for your documents
  • you can publish your resume in a Resume Book for us to refer it to appropriate employers
  • you can scan your transcript at our office
  • you cannot edit an uploaded document
applications
Applications
  • Employers review all your submitted application material and should make decisions for EACH applicant.
  • Employer decisions will read Accepted, Alternate, or Declined.
  • Undecided usually indicates that a decision has not yet been made.
  • Note that some employers only notify those who have been accepted for interviews.
applications schedules
Applications/Schedules
  • From the Applications page, you can link to choosing an Interview Slot
  • Alternate Candidates
  • Selecting Interview Slot
  • No Cancellations
  • Freeze Changes
  • Withdrawing an application
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Questions? Just Ask.Anthony ChiappettaAssociate Director for Recruitment & Employer Relations609-258-6349/ achiapet@princeton.eduJo Ann AlexanderRecruiting Assistant609-258-5752/recruit@princeton.edu

201 Nassau Streethttp://web.princeton.edu/sites/career/