All internship programs administered by the Pace Center provide Princeton undergraduates with 8-10 week summer internships, with a weekly stipend of $450. Applications are due mid January with most interns placed by mid-March.
A collaboration of Office of Religious Life and Pace Center for Civic Engagement
PICS provides the opportunity for students to explore potential careers in public service and the non-profit sector. Princeton students bring their creativity, skills, and energy to their sponsoring non-profit organizations, producing effective, meaningful work on significant projects of value to the organizations. The internships encompass a wide range of endeavors in national and international organizations, working in group advocacy, legal services, public policy, the environment, health and social services, community development, education, and the arts. Princeton alumni serve as partners to the student interns. The internship partnering program promotes the development of important and long-lasting connections between alumni and current and recent undergraduates.
Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Princeton University, Columbia University, and Barnard College students who intern each summer in the metropolitan New York area, at criminal justice non-profit organizations where they engage in direct client service, while working in legal services, social services, or policy and research. The program was launched in 1996 and supports 16-20 internships, each providing a $450/week stipend.