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
As we start a new academic year, we are pleased to welcome four new team members to the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement supporting sustained volunteering, community engagement, and first-year service experiences.
What does it mean to get to know a place? For Princeton University students engaging in summer service internships in the Mercer County, NJ and Philadelphia areas, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement offered a unique opportunity to learn more about the places where they were living and working over the summer.
In July, members of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement and the Office of Community and Regional Affairs attended the Place-Based Justice Network's Summer Institute at the University of Pittsburgh.
How have Princeton alumni engaged in service and civic engagement while navigating their careers? Students participating in the Pace Center for Civic Engagement's summer service internship programs are welcome to join Princeton University alumni for conversation in a series of virtual panel discussions July 12-14.
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