Join a Pace Center Student Board
At the start of each year, students are selected to join the Pace Center’s student boards. Each student board serves for one year and helps set the course for their program by supporting a myriad of student-led service opportunities. This year, four student boards are looking for new members to help support their efforts and work.
Which one is right for you?
Community House Executive Board (CHEB) supports the 16 student-driven youth and family development projects within Community House, each of which work with families to close the opportunity gap in Princeton, by supporting underrepresented area youth through innovative programming that focuses on providing tools for academic success and enhancing social-emotional literacy.
Princeton Advocacy & Activism Student Board (PAAS Board) will support and empower student activists and advocates at Princeton. This body will primarily serve as liaisons to the PAAS groups on campus. If you are looking to help Princetonian’s find their voice, this is the board for you.
Student Volunteers Council Executive Board (SVC) The Students Volunteers Council Executive Board (SVC) supports collaborations between community and students to build over 30 sustained service projects such as Learning Enrichment through the Arts Program (LEAP), CONTACT Princeton, and Best Buddies.
Civic Leadership Council Executive Board (CLC) supports the Civic Leadership Council's work to foster an environment of community-building, connect Princeton students to the variety of service opportunities at the Pace Center, and offer leadership and professional skill development through collaboration with community partners.
How to apply
The online application deadline is Sunday, Nov. 26 at 11:59 p.m. If you have questions, please reach out to the following board members:
- CHEB - Avi Attar or Meghana Bhupati
- PAAS Board - Alyssa Lloyd or Thomas Coulouras
- SVC - Adriana Alvarado or Ana Palacios
- CLC - Noura Shoukfeh or Elise Kratzer
For general questions or issues with the form email Geralyn Williams, Assistant Director.
Supports the student-driven youth and family development projects within Community House.
Fosters an environment of community-building and professional skill development for Princeton students.
Shapes the direction of and supports Pace Center student organizations.
Supports collaborations between community and students to build sustained Student Volunteers Council service projects.