In need of some career inspiration? Escape the daily grind to reflect on your passions and goals with Princeton’s dynamic Executive Director of Career Services, Pulin Sanghvi.  
The Career and Life Vision Workshop utilizes exercises and small group interactions to help you articulate your values, beliefs and purpose.  Multiple Princeton regions have benefited from this program.  Please join us for the first Chicago focused event! RSVP by 2/23!  Space is limited.
This event will be hosted by Bob Murley '72 S76 P07 P10 h83.  


Career and Life Vision: Career and Life Vision offers a unique model of exploration, reflection, and aligned decision-making that has influenced thousands of attendees at Princeton, Stanford, and Yale.  In this workshop, you will look at yourself through different lenses including your values, interests, and limiting beliefs.  You will integrate these reflections into a resonant model of hypothesis-based decision-making that helps you to chart a path towards meaning and purpose as you personally define it.
The program will be introduced on the Coursera platform in 2017, and you can get a taste of the program here: http://library.fora.tv/2015/11/14/career_workshop_with_pulin_sanghvi_executive_director_princeton_career_services


This will be an inspirational and productive evening, as well as a nice opportunity to mix with fellow Tigers!


Monday, February 27, 2017
5:30 pm - wine, beer, & cheese reception
6:00 - 8:30 pm - workshop
Credit Suisse, 42nd floor
227 W Monroe Street

Chicago, IL 


PCC Members:  FREE!

Non-Members:  $10


Click HERE to reserve by Thursday, February 23rd at 5 pm please!

If you have any difficulties registering on-line, please call the Princeton Club at 847-256-5800.

Please arrive before 6:00 p.m. and bring ID for security


Many thanks to Bob Murley '72 S76 P07 P10 h83 for graciously hosting this event! 


Questions?  Contact Chair of the Princeton Career Networking Group (PCNG) Christina Mahon '08  @ christina.t.mahon@gmail.com

Pulin Sanghvi currently serves as the inaugural Executive Director of Career Services at Princeton University where he is leading a reimagining of the University career center focused on purpose and meaningful work.  Pulin teaches a Career and Life Vision program that has drawn thousands of members of the Princeton, Stanford and Yale communities, and is launching a student-alumni social networking platform for Princeton.  Pulin previously served as Assistant Dean and Director of the Career Management Center at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company in Palo Alto and an investment banker with Morgan Stanley & Company in New York.  Pulin graduated from Yale in 1992 with a BA summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with Distinction in Economics, and also holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.  He serves Yale on the Association of Yale Alumni Board of Governors, previously served on the Association of Yale Alumni Advisory Council, and served for eight years as the Palo Alto Alumni Schools Committee Director.  Pulin also serves on the National Board of Directors of Positive Coaching Alliance, a non-profit focused on changing the win-at-all-cost culture in youth sports.  You can learn more about Pulin at: https://curious.com/conversations/choosing-a-career-based-on-passion