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Service at Princeton is defined broadly and a way for students to find meaning, purpose, and belonging in their Princeton experience. The John H. Pace Jr ‘39 Center for Civic Engagement provides funding to students proposing a service project that is designed to fulfill a community need and/or to positively impact the Princeton student experience in service. Successful proposals will align with the Pace Center’s partnership principles, and identify learning goals achievable through reflection and community building.

General Project Proposals

Project proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis by Pace Center staff until the end of April. You will be notified if you can move forward and apply for the Pace Center’s SAFE funding.   

For initial interest guidance or questions about this award, process, and requirements, please reach out to Elsie Sheidler.

Summer Internship Project Grant Proposals

During the summer term, Pace Center Summer Service interns are eligible to apply for small project grants to support expenses related to their summer internship work. The Summer Internship Project Grant application form opens in late May. For questions about this process, please reach out to Matt Lynn or Jenny Wagner.

Funding Parameters

Summer Internship Project Funding

RISE and Bogle interns are eligible to apply for small project grants to support expenses related to their summer internship work.