Where Do Students Go after Graduation?
OPR students choose a variety of career paths after graduation, primarily academic positions (as postdoctoral fellows or junior faculty) or research positions in non-profit organizations, the government, or foundations. During the past decade, OPR graduates took positions at the following institutions:
The Alan Guttmacher Institute
The Census Bureau
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
George Washington University
Johns Hopkins University
The Lewin Group
Morgan Stanley and Company
McKinsey & Company
National University of Singapore
New York University
Public Policy Institute of California
The Population Council
Santa Clara University
United States Department of State
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Riverside
University of California, San Francisco
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Georgia
University of Hong Kong
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Indiana, Bloomington
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Pennsylvania
University of South Carolina
University of Texas, Austin
University of Vermont
University of Washington
The World Bank
What Does OPR Offer Graduate Students?
All students receive financial support, which fosters a non-competitive atmosphere.
Because OPR believes in training each student to be a professional, students are encouraged to participate and are given funding to attend the annual PAA meeting, as well as other conferences that are relevant to a student's research.
Each student is given an office space and a computer. OPR offers great technical support as well as a first-rate library.
Students interact regularly with faculty at the weekly seminar series. In addition, students have plenty of opportunities to do collaborative work with professors.
As for life outside of OPR, Princeton offers a safe, relaxed environment with easy access to Philadelphia and New York.