The photo features the HomeFront group with guests including Mitch Duneier, Princeton University's Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology and author of Sidewalk. Duneier's book was required reading for all CA participants last year.
The pre-medical community at Princeton is a thriving one. A large percentage of students during their time as an undergrad describe themselves as “pre-med,” and intend to pursue a medical degree after Princeton. Still others are interested in medicine in a different light, through programs like the Global Health and Health Policy certificate, or classes such as Medical Anthropology. And although there are many clubs and organizations that deal with human health and its implications, it can be hard for students interested in four-legged health to find an outlet for their passion.
Wade C. Jacobsen, Prison Teaching Initiative volunteer and research specialist at the Bendheim-Thoman Center for Research on Child Wellbeing, discusses different programs that focus on transitioning at-risk youth to adulthood. You can read the full blog post here: http://www.reclaimingfutures.org/blog/transition-adulthood