We help undergraduate and graduate students make meaningful connections through learning, experience, and reflection in service and civic engagement.
Service and civic engagement are a central part of the Princeton University student experience. Discover how you can respond to the needs of the world in responsible ways.
I am grateful that Princeton is creating more opportunities and spaces for students to work alongside communities and fight for racial justice, while also learning about themselves and the world in the process.
- Natalie Tung ’18
co-founder and executive director of HomeWorks
All of us here at the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement are looking forward to welcoming the Great Class of 2025—and reconnecting with the Great Classes of 2024, 2023, and 2022—on campus this fall. Starting in mid-August, our offices in the Frist Campus Center and third floor of 58 Prospect Avenue will be staffed once again.
This summer, the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome two new members to our staff team.
This summer, three student-led teams from the Class of 2021 will be embarking on Projects for Peace focusing on ways to bring people and communities together.
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