Academic Success Today seeks to foster strong interpersonal relationships between Princeton students and their mentees, through tutoring, relationship-building, and academic guidance. Academic Success Today is built on 1-on-1 mentoring relationships between Princeton students and under-served John Witherspoon Middle School students from the underserved community. Princeton students enter a mentor-mentee relationship for the school year, though they are encouraged to continue with their mentee throughout their undergraduate career.

Time Commitment Overview:

  • Volunteers meet 2-3 times a semester for trainings, reflections, and community building.
  • Volunteers work with mentees weekly through direct service.

Required Trainings:

  • General Volunteers
    • Working with Minors Training
    • University Background Check Process
    • Princeton School District Fingerprinting
    • AST Volunteer Training
  • Group Leaders
    • All General Trainings
    • Pace Center Service Leader Onboarding
Interests
Education
Racial Justice
Experience
Volunteering
Eligibility
First-year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate Student
Transfer Student
Location
On Campus
Program
Time Commitment
Weekly