The goal of the John C. Bogle ‘51 Fellows in Civic Service program is to broaden students’ understanding of service and civic engagement and to inspire students to contribute to the common good by learning why to serve, how to serve, and to learn from serving.
Law & Justice
Breakout Princeton is a student-driven alternative break program that encourages engagement with domestic social issues through immersion in communities.
Community Action (CA) fosters a welcoming and supportive environment where first-year students connect with their new Princeton family and establish lasting friendships, discover new places and topics, act through meaningful service projects, and have fun!
Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Princeton University, Columbia University, and Barnard College students who intern each summer at New York City criminal justice non-profit organizations.
Moneythink is a part of a national mentoring organisation that sends groups of 4-5 student teachers to prisons/youth correctional facilities once every week in the spring semester. All classes are geared towards helping prisoners with confidence and life after prison: we aim to aid with financial literacy and a basic knowledge of entrepreneurship.
The Petey Greene Program supplements correctional education systems by providing individualized tutoring for incarcerated people.
The Princeton Clay Project is focused on bringing awareness to the global refugee situation. Currently the Clay Project is working to fundraise to create higher-education scholarships to send Syrian refugees living in Za'atari Refugee Camp to university in Jordan through the Amal Foundation. This is achieved by having campus-wide events that are aimed at sparking dialogue and awareness on the refugee crisis in addition to fundraising. There are also volunteer opportunities wih local refugee resettlement organizations.
DREAM Team is an immigrants' rights organization with a variety of projects geared at empowering our migrant community in Princeton, Trenton and the nation. Our mission is to treat human beings as such and to fight against the injustices in the migrant communities.
The Prison Electives Project develops and delivers original, semester-long courses at NJ State prisons.
Projects for Peace is an invitation to undergraduates at American colleges and universities in the Davis United World College Scholars Program to design their own grassroots projects for peace
The Charles W. Puttkamer '58 Prisoner Criminal Justice Fellowships are open to Princeton seniors and places a 2016 graduate in two-year paid positions with The Petey Greene Program(link is external), headquartered in Princeton, NJ.
The Student Volunteers Council (SVC) supports impactful service organizations and empowers student leaders and volunteers of more than 30 regular volunteering projects.