Take academics beyond the classroom and link your coursework with the broader world. Think about your education and possible future career with an open mind. You may arrive at Princeton with a solid idea of what you want to do. You may also discover one or more paths worthy of further investigation, whether in the classroom or through Princeton's wide range of extracurricular and enrichment programs. Along the way, your advisers can help you challenge your expectations and find new paths to investigate. Research Research Opportunities Explore research possibilities before you start your junior independent work and senior thesis. Summer Research Pursue research opportunities over the summer that align with your academic interests. Study Abroad Academic Year Study Abroad Study for a semester or a full academic year at an institution abroad and explore a new academic and cultural environment. Summer Study Abroad Participate in short-term Princeton summer programs offered by a variety of academic departments or centers, or take advantage of a non-Princeton study abroad opportunity. Internships and Service Princeton-Sponsored Internships Find internships and summer programs available through multiple University offices and affiliated programs via the Center for Career Development. International Internships Explore placements in more than 50 countries for a summer internship abroad. Princeternships Get out into the field, investigate career paths, and foster connections with alumni and employers through a Princeternship. ProCES Classes Link service in the community with your academic work through courses, internships, and independent work support. Service Focus Bridge service and learning across the first two years of your undergraduate experience by participating in Service Focus. With faculty and peers, you'll engage in hands-on service and forge connections to your academic interests through critical reflection and collaboration. Looking Ahead Career Planning Center for Career Development Access extensive insight on the career development process as you begin to think about life after Princeton. Graduate School Center for Career Development Consider programs and plan your application. The Princeton Graduate School also offers helpful resources. Health Professions Health Professions Advising (HPA) Explore and prepare for careers in medicine, dentistry, and other health professions. Teaching Program in Teacher Preparation Prepare to serve as a teacher and educational leader in our nation’s schools. Fellowships Office of International Programs Fellowship Advising in OIP can help you identify and apply for scholarships, fellowships, and grants that fit your goals and interests.