Princeton Youth Enrichment (PYE) aims to overcome the disparity in the professional opportunities provided to high school students from low socio-economic backgrounds. We connect students to Princeton undergraduates through mentorship and guidance on real-world situations. It is our hope that high school students discover their interests and develop work-oriented skills while participating in interactive workshops during the program. By the end of the program, students will have essential skills and knowledge needed for internship, job and college applications.
The Indigenous Princeton Advocacy Coalition is the student group that seeks to bolster Indigenous life on campus through increased representation in academic offerings, faculty, social life, service opportunities, and space on campus. Our focus for this semester is facilitating the creation of an Indigenous Studies certificate and advocating for the long-term creation of an Indigenous Studies program at the University.
Princeton Students for Data Rights (PSDR) seeks to educate the university community about privacy and corporate and government surveillance, to raise awareness about the relationship between data and oppression, and to engage and empower the next generation of privacy leaders.