Pace Council for Civic Values
Get Connected to Service at Princeton
Want to get involved involved in service or civic engagement work, but don’t know where to start?
The Pace Council for Civic Values (PCCV) is a student board of the Pace Center whose mission is to inspire Princeton students to participate in, and to connect them to, meaningful civic engagement opportunities through its values:
- provide equitable access to civic engagement opportunities
- opportunities that inspire discourse and reflection
- connect and collaborate with existing civic engagement opportunities
- foster internal mentorship within our board and the Pace Center
Connect with PCCV
Drop by to chat one-on-one with a PCCV member over (free) coffee any Tuesday from 5-6 PM! Look for us at PCCV’s Find Your Pace table at Witherspoon Café in Frist.
Can’t stop by then? Email email@example.com to schedule an appointment or connect with a PCCV member over email.
Attend one of our PCCV events (See “What We Do”).
Visit the Pace Center website and subscribe to the newsletter to stay updated on Pace Center events and programs at pace.princeton.edu.
Check us out at the start of the semester!
Connect with students and staff at the Pace Center to learn about how you can make service a part of your campus life. Make sure you stop by both of our spaces for food, games, giveaways and more as we welcome the Class of 2021 to our community! All are welcomeLocation: Both Pace Center locations- Frist 201 & Carl A. Fields Center, 3rd Floor