Employment Opportunities

Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Are you a Princeton undergraduate or graduate student looking for a meaningful summer employment opportunity? Looking to gain more professional experience with teaching, mentorship, diversity and inclusion initiatives, and/or student life? Want to help support and empower the FLi (first-generation and lower-income) student community? Check out the following summer employment opportunities!

For Undergraduates:

1) Course Fellow Positions: 

Course Fellows are experienced peers learners who work with students enrolled in HUM 250, EGR 150, POL 245 and MOL 152. Fellows facilitate group study both in and out of classroom time in order to help introduce students to foundational learning skills and habits. Fellows will also help students gain strategies for successfully approaching course assignments and scholarship at Princeton more broadly.
 

                    Ways of Knowing (WOK) Course Fellow application can be found HERE

                    Politics (POL) Course Fellow application can be found HERE

                    Molecular Biology (MOL) Course Fellow application can be found HERE

                    Engineering (EGR) Course Fellow application can be found HERE

Please contact Dean Khristina Gonzalez at kfg2@princeton.edu with any questions. Applications are due on or before 5pm on Friday, March 9th.

2. Residential College Advisor Positions:

The FSI RCA position is a summer leadership position for experienced Princeton undergraduates, many of whom were themselves Freshman Scholars in previous summers. FSI RCAs work closely with small groups of student advisees to promote an appreciation of the diverse Princeton residential community and to foster a welcoming, safe, and stimulating environment for all residents of the program. 

You can find the RCA application HERE

Please contact Dean Khristina Gonzalez at kfg2@princeton.edu with any questions. Applications are due on or before 5pm on Friday, March 9th. 

 

For Graduate Students: 

1. Residential Graduate Student Position

RGSs play an important role in shaping the FSI summer community, facilitating weekly core group meetings with FSI undergraduate RCAs, creating non-academic and co-curricular programming for participants, promoting academic enrichment opportunities, and helping to ensure a safe, inclusive residential community.

This role provides graduate students with the opportunity to gain more advising experience, connect with campus partners and offices, and build community with an amazing cohort of Princeton pre-frosh! The RGS receives a stipend of between $4,500 and $5,000, plus free board and room for the duration of the program. 

You may download the application PDF iconHERE. 

Please contact Dean Khristina Gonzalez at kfg2@princeton.edu with any questions. Applications are due on or before 5pm on Friday, March 30th. 

2. FSI 2 U Distance Course Mentor Position

Each summer, we offer an online, non-credit version of the Ways of Knowing course so that students who cannot attend the FSI program residentially can still have the chance to hone their critical thinking, reading, and writing skills while developing a better sense of campus resources and building community. Distance Course Mentors lead weekly online "precepts," hold one-on-one weekly writing and learning conferences with students, and provide general mentorship, feedback, and support. This position provides mentors with online teaching experience and the chance to work with and support wonderful incoming first-generation and lower-income students.

You may download the application PDF iconHERE

Please contact Dean Khristina Gonzalez at kfg2@princeton.edu with any questions. Deadline extended until March 30th at 5pm!

Staff and Faculty

We do not currently have any full-time staff or faculty positions available. Please check back, as positions do open each year.