“… Princeton has had an impact on the government of this country back to the beginning of the Republic; on government and on the place of the United States in the world.” — Donald E. Stokes ’51, Dean, 1974-1992
Woodrow Wilson School graduates pursue careers in a variety of fields. Online career resources for public service internships and job opportunities are available.
While at the school students are exposed to a variety of career paths — and are mentored by WWS faculty, and graduate students. They are often helped along the way by our active and involved alumni.
WWS graduates become leaders in their respective fields, in international relations, in government, and in the nonprofit and private sectors. Their careers embody the University's unofficial motto “Princeton in the Nation's Service and the Service of Humanity."