The two fellowship programs administered by the Pace Center provide two-year paid fellowships which are funded and managed by the University. Fellowships are limited to Princeton University seniors. Citizenship eligibility varies by fellowship sponsor organization.
The High Meadows Fellowship program places recent Princeton graduates in two-year, paid positions with nonprofit organizations that aim to protect the environment and build environmental sustainability, or that bring an environmental focus to building community capacity and increasing the self-sufficiency of community residents.
The Charles W. Puttkamer '58 Criminal Justice Fellowship Program is open to Princeton seniors and places 2015 graduates in two-year paid positions as Field Management Fellows and Monitoring and Evaluation Fellow with The Petey Greene Program, headquartered in Princeton, NJ. The program's mission is to promote academic achievement in prison classrooms in order to support people and build stronger communities. The Petey Greene Program supplements educational programming in correctional institutions by providing individualized tutoring to incarcerated people.