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Mochas & Mentorship: Internships

Ask upperclassmen about their internship experiences in finance, consulting, law, nonprofit work, government, and more!

Saturday, October 5, 2019 || 1-2PM, Campus Club

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A Conversation with Andrea Jung

Come join us THIS FRIDAY (3/29/19) at 4:30PM in Friend 101 to hear Andrea Jung, CEO of Grameen America and Princeton alumna, talk about her life, career, and experiences.

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Mochas & Mentorship

We will be hosting a Mentorship Meet-Up this Saturday. We encourage all mentors and mentees to come to get to know one another and for mentees to ask questions they may have about course selection or internships to a wider range of mentors. Here are the event details:

Saturday December 1st, 1:00-2:00pm, Campus Club

Also, please fill out the following google form about feedback on the mentorship program or if you would like to be a mentor to any additional mentees.

We hope to see you on Saturday!

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A Conversation with Professor Yariv

Princeton Women in Economics & Policy is excited to invite you to our next talk on Friday, November 16th, “Economic Experiments: A Conversation with Professor Yariv.” The discussion will focus on her research in experimental economics, in addition to other insights she has gained throughout her extensive career as a female academic.

Mochas & Mentorship: Study Abroad and Internships

Princeton Women in Economics & Policy is excited to invite you to our Mochas & Mentorship event on studying abroad this Saturday, November 10th! Come out to Campus Club at 1pm to ask any questions about Princeton sponsored-internships abroad and studying abroad.

We will have students who have participated in these programs to share their experiences and to answer questions about the application process. There will be Dunkin' Donuts coffee and donuts!

Come for as long as you'd like! We hope to see you there.

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Mochas & Mentorship: Fall Course Selection

Princeton Women in Economics & Policy invites you to our Mochas & Mentorship event on course selection this Saturday, September 15th! Come out to Campus Club at 1pm and meet other students in Economics, the Woodrow Wilson School, and Politics.
Please fill out this form if you would like to be a mentor or a mentee in our new mentorship program!

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Mochas & Mentorship

Princeton Women in Economics & Policy is excited to invite you to our Mochas & Mentorship event on course selection this Saturday, April 21st! Come by to Campus Club at 1pm to ask questions about which courses to take next year, how to plan your major, or any other guidance about the Economics, Woodrow Wilson, History, or Politics department. There will be Dunkin' Donuts coffee and donuts so come by for mentorship and treats!

 
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What I Did (and Didn't) Learn in Econ Class

A huge thank you to Skillful CEO Beth Cobert for coming to speak to us yesterday! And thank you to everyone who attended!

 
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What I Did (and Didn't) Learn in Econ Class

Princeton Women in Economics & Policy is excited to invite you to our next talk on April 11th, “What I did (and didn’t) learn in Econ class: Reflections on my leadership experiences” with Skillful CEO Beth Cobert! The discussion will focus on leadership and lessons she has learned as a senior executive in business, government, and the non-profit sector in addition to other insights she has gained throughout her extensive career.

 
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Book Club: Women and Work

For Women in Economics & Policy's November Book Club meeting this Thursday (Nov. 16 at 5:30pm), we'll be chatting about "Women & Work" in Room 397 of the Louis A Simpson International Building. We will be discussing how policymakers can reform the workplace to narrow the wage gap and labor force participation gap between women and men. Professor Bogan will be joining us for this meeting!

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Mentorship: Princeton-Sponsored Internships

Co-sponsored with the Women*s Center

Take one hour (or less) this Saturday to learn more about Princeton-sponsored Internships such as the International Internships Program (IIP), Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS), and Princeton Start-up Immersion Program (PSIP). We’ll have students who have participated in these programs to share their experiences and answer questions about the application process. Speakers will come from a variety of majors with internship experience in various fields besides economics and/or policy.

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Discussion with Alice Wu: Gender Stereotyping in Academia

This discussion, based on recent work by Alice Wu, will focus on sexism and gender stereotyping in academia, particularly in the economics profession.

Alice will present her work, followed by a panel discussion with some of the female faculty and graduate students in Economics.

The New York Times recently featured her paper:
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/18/upshot/evidence-of-a-toxic-environment-for-women-in-economics.html

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Shara Aranoff

Shara Aranoff is a former Chairman of the U.S. International Trade Commission, as nominated by President George W. Bush and confirmed by the Senate, and former Senior International Trade Counsel on the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, where she was responsible for trade and investment issues. She has over 20 years of experience in US government. Today, she serves as counsel in trade law to Covington LLP. Shara is an alum of the Woodrow Wilson School and Harvard Law.

Please join us for a conversation with Ms. Aranoff. She will share challenges she's faced and overcome in her career in government as a woman as well as a few highlights in her work in trade policy and negotiation. Come if you're interested in government or in trade and investment issues!

If you have any questions you'd like to ask during the Q&A, feel free to submit them in advance through this link.

Midterms Study Break - Coloring + DIY Goody Bags!

Take a break from studying this Thursday to come hang out with the board and meet other women in Economics and Policy departments. We will also share A+ workload management and study tips! We will have color pencils and outlines for some relaxing grown-up coloring (featuring coloring pages from Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and fall themes!). Also, come make your own goody-bag!

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Book Discussion: Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

We will be discussing this article in our next event this Friday.

Strategies for Success

Panel happening this Thursday at the Julis Romo Rabinowitz building!

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Fall Welcome Back Mixer

Thank you to everyone who came and dropped by our mixer!

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Fall Welcome Back Mixer

Drop by Colonial Club for a fun, casual evening with desserts, mocktails, and music in celebration of a new school year. A fantastic way to meet other like-minded and smart women, including the lovely women on your board.