Internships and Fellowships
Community Action welcomes first-year students to service and community at Princeton.
The Religion and Resettlement Project (RRP) aims to better understand and respond to the role that religion plays in the lives of refugees as they resettle and integrate into the United States. The majority of refugees identify as religious and represent the diversity of the world's religions; yet there have been no systematic studies or trainings to address the interplay of religion and resettlement. RRP is responding to this gap in order to strengthen refugee services and the resettlement structure at large, and to assemble a supportive network of diverse agencies and stakeholders working on and invested in refugee resettlement.