Retreats and Reflection
Princeton Perspective Project Events
Open to the entire student body, our events are opportunities for you to join other students in discussing the stories shared through the Princeton Perspective Project.
What resonated with you? How do these stories apply to your own life? Are other students facing the same challenges? Join these informal discussion groups organized by the PPP student advisory committee to talk about questions like these, and more!
Find more information on specific dates through our calendar of events.
Looking for a way to reorient yourself after your first semester at Princeton? Wishing you could press the pause button? Just hoping for a way to figure some things out about Princeton or meet new people?
ReFRESH is a FREE overnight retreat for the freshman class where you can do just that. Step back, reflect, and learn from upperclass leaders who have been in your shoes!
On ReFRESH you will:
- Reflect on your semester
- Set goals for the spring
- Learn from setbacks and successes
- Meet new friends and campus resources
- Relax and Re-energize!!!
More information for the Class of 2019 here: http://perspective.princeton.edu/news/refresh-retreat-class-2019
Halftime is a unique opportunity for sophomores who are interested in spending a reflective weekend with classmates. This three-day, two-night getaway plus an on-campus pre-retreat dinner takes place during Intersession. Over the course of the weekend, you will join guided workshops to help you reflect on your experiences, interests and the future, and have conversations with your peers about making decisions, setting goals and balancing priorities.
Halftime is an experience you won't forget, but don't take our word for it! Check out this video to hear from past Halftime participants:
Find more information here: http://www.princeton.edu/odus/activities/initiatives/halftime/
Career and Life Vision Workshops
The Office of Career Services invites all Princeton students to attend their new Career & Life Vision workshop led by their executive director, Pulin Sanghvi. This workshop utilizes exercises and small group interactions to help your articulate your values, beliefs and purpose. You will leave with a new understanding of yourself and inspiration to follow the path most consistent with your unique vision of a happy and meaningful career and life.
Find more information here: http://careerservices.princeton.edu/whats-your-career-life-vision-attend...