• I have always been passionate about stories. I love the way that they can transport you to places that otherwise would have remained beyond your reach forever, immerse you in realities previously unimaginable, and change the way you see the world and your place in it.
  • Looking for inspiration to further advance your cause or action? Join the Pace Council for Civic Values for a lunch discussion on activism and advocacy with Ajeet Singh and his wife Manju, the founders of Guria, an organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking in India.
  • Two teams of Princeton University students have each received $10,000 grants from the Projects for Peace program to implement creative ideas for promoting peace this summer - one in New York City, the other in the Philippines.
  • What makes service such an important part of the Princeton University student experience? Students involved with the Pace Center for Civic Engagement share why service matters to them in this new video.
  • Azza Cohen '16 and Shaina Watrous '14 traveled to India to embark on a Project for Peace where they used film-making to help children tell their own stories. Hear how this project became an incredibly meaningful experience in our latest Stories of Service video feature.
  • The Pace Center can't wait to welcome the Class of 2019! During Princeton Preview get to know us and learn how you can get involved with three fun events on April 13 and 28.
  • The Pace Center is proud to announce a new interactive Find Your Pace Database where Princeton University students can search hundreds of service opportunities to find the right project, organization or program to join and engage.

News and stories

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
by Ari Satok '14
I have always been passionate about stories. I love the way that they can transport you to places that otherwise would have remained beyond your reach forever, immerse you in realities previously unimaginable, and change the way you see the world and your place in it.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Coordinator
Two teams of Princeton University students have each received $10,000 grants from the Projects for Peace program to implement creative ideas for promoting peace this summer - one in New York City, the other in the Philippines.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Coordinator
Looking for inspiration to further advance your cause or action? Join the Pace Council for Civic Values for a lunch discussion on activism and advocacy with Ajeet Singh and his wife Manju, the founders of Guria, an organization dedicated to fighting human trafficking in India.
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Upcoming Events

Saturday, April 25, 2015 -
10:00am to 4:00pm

This session is designed to help new Pace Center student leadersĀ to serve successfully and support other students in their work.

Location: Frist MPR
Saturday, April 25, 2015 -
2:00pm to 6:00pm

From 2-6 PM on April 25, more thanĀ 15 food trucks and a variety of entertainment acts will unite for a free, open-to-the-public afternoon of

Location: Prospect Avenue
Saturday, April 25, 2015 - 7:30pm
SPECKS OF DUST presents the story of Ajeet Singh, founder of Guria Sansthan. For 20 years, Ajeet has refused to rest until every child is free to live a vibrant and creative life. The film, by Azza Cohen '16 and Shaina Watrous '14 stems from the pair's 2013 Project for Peace.
Location: Lewis Center