This event is co-sponsored by the following entities at Princeton University. It is the Fourth Annual Veteran’s Summit, previously hosted by Yale University and the U.S. Military Academy

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Founded in 1930, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University is a major international center of advanced training and research in public affairs. The Woodrow Wilson School is an institution with the energy and strength to tackle the most serious issues of the present day, and the vision and experience to prepare the leaders who will shape the public policies of the future.

School of Engineering and Applied Science

The School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University combines the strengths of a world-leading research institution with the qualities of an outstanding liberal arts college. In both its teaching and research, Princeton engineering pursues foundational knowledge and discovery, as well as collaborations across the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities that make technology effective in solving societal problems.

Princeton Veterans Alumni Association

The Princeton Veterans Alumni Association (PVETS) is dedicated to recognizing the importance and value of military service as a component of the University’s overarching service mission. PVETS is a nonpolitical, nonpartisan organization comprised of members of the Princeton community — including alumni, students, faculty and staff — who have served, are currently serving or are in training for service in the U.S. Armed Forces or its allies, and their supporters and families. PVETS’ mission is to leverage the strengths, talents and dedication of its members and friends to honor and support fellow veterans; cultivate leaders for military and public service through support of Princeton students in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and other officer commissioning programs; broaden the diversity of Princeton undergraduate and graduate classes through the matriculation of veterans; and promote and participate in educational programs that broaden understanding of military service and national security.