What's Next?

Field Guide to Service
Reflection is an important part of service and civic engagement. Use the Field Guide to Service to process your service experience and identify learning for what's next. Read more...

Proposing a New Group
Have an idea for a new service project or advocacy organization? Learn what types of groups you can start and how to go about doing it.
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Organizing a Response
Explore some common guiding questions that can help you to organize and respond in a timely and responsible way. 
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Surveys & Metrics
How do we know how students learn through service? How can we improve our programs and plan for the future? We need data of course! To gather this crucial information, the Pace Center has developed a simple three-survey system to gather important data to guide our work and service at Princeton. Read more...

Employment
The Pace Center is looking for a innovative, creative individual to lead service-focused, cohort-based programming for sophomore students. Learn more about this new staff position and stay tuned for student position openings. Read more...

Co-Sponsorship
The Pace Center invites and accepts co-sponsorship requests from ODUS-recognized student organizations, University campus departments and center, and community partners associated with Pace Center programs and projects. Read more...