Community House After School Programs


CHASE (Community House After School Enrichment) is a Community House project focused on enabling low income, minority, and first generation high school students in the Princeton community to overcome the education gap. We aim to provide students with a solid academic and social foundation to achieve their own goals and to be a support system outside of school. CHASE volunteers choose a time from 3-8pm Monday-Thursday to work with our students in Community House, located in the Carl A. Fields Center. Volunteers are also encouraged to join CHASE students for special events with various on-campus student groups and our project partner, Cap. 

When: Monday to Thursday, 3-8pm

*Our volunteers sign up for a time slot on the days/hours that fit their schedule. We also meet once a month for an hour just as volunteers, and that time and day is decided through a Whenisgood form. 

Where: Remote

Community House After School Program (CHASA) is a middle school program where students participate in daily workshops designed to help them build and improve their academic skill in language arts, math, writing and science.

When: Monday to Thursday, 3-6 pm. Most volunteers come once a week, 2-3 hours per day.
Where: Remote

For more information about both after-school programs, feel free to e-mail Project Leaders: