Breakout Princeton offers students the opportunity to expand their understanding of critical issues facing communities across the nation.
The Civic Leadership Council (CLC) fosters an environment of community-building and professional skill development for Princeton students involved in civic engagement efforts.
Community Action welcomes first-year students to service and community at Princeton.
Community House stands with families in the greater Princeton area to support the academic and social-emotional wellbeing of underrepresented youth.
Offers graduating seniors the opportunity to work with nonprofits to protect the environment, promote sustainability, and build environmentally focused communities.
First-year students design and engage in service-related summer internships and projects, and connect those experiences to their academic work and career.
Through advocacy and activism, student organizations provide students with the opportunity to find their voice and support equity in communities or on behalf of a social issue.
Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) is an alumni-founded program with the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement that provides Princeton undergraduates paid summer internships in nonprofit organizations.
Princeton Online Tutoring Network is a free online tutoring resource that matches Princeton University student, staff, or faculty tutors with underserved students in the local community
Princeton RISE matches partners and students to address racial justice and contribute to campus and community projects.
Undergraduate students design their own grassroots peace projects as part of a national collaboration.
Service Focus is a transformative learning experience that connects academic study with real-world impact.
The Student Volunteers Council (SVC) supports impactful service organizations and empowers student leaders and volunteers.
Trenton Arts at Princeton (TAP) coordinates co-curricular arts engagement activities in the greater Trenton area.