Service and civic engagement at Princeton University can take many forms. Find the opportunity that’s right for you by choosing the interests, location, and more that align with your preferences, schedule, and passions. All opportunities are open to both undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton unless noted otherwise.

Not sure where to get started? Use the filters below to see what groups align with your interests or other needs. 

Know what group or program you want to join? Email the staff or student board leaders to begin. 

Ways to Get Involved

  • Opportunity

    Partners in Health (PIH) Engage aims to build the right to health movement by growing and amplifying PIH's mission, as a global health organization, worldwide.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    The Princeton chapter of the American Red Cross coordinates and runs blood drives for the Red Cross several times throughout the year.

    Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    Information about Princeton Disability Awareness is coming soon.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership
  • Opportunity

    PSCI (Princeton Student Climate Initiative) is dedicated to providing an outlet for students to learn about, engage with, and have a positive impact on climate change. We are focused on advocacy and raising awareness around climate solutions, through writing op-eds, making infographics, hosting call-a-thons, and more. 

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    Princeton Students for Immigrant Empowerment is an immigrants' rights organization with a variety of projects geared at empowering our migrant community in Princeton, Trenton and the nation.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership
  • Opportunity

    Princeton Splash is an organization focused on spreading enthusiasm for learning.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    With Big Brothers Big Sisters you can serve children from the local community.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    Community House After School Programs enable middle and high school students to 

    Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    Camp Kesem is a nationwide community, driven by passionate college student leaders, that supports children through and beyond their parent’s cancer.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Program
    Page

    Community House stands with families in the greater Princeton area to support the academic and social-emotional wellbeing of local youth.

    Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Program
    Page

    Community Action welcomes first-year students to service and community at Princeton.

    Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership
  • Program
    Page

    The Civic Leadership Council (CLC) fosters an environment of community-building and professional skill development for Princeton students involved in civic engagement efforts.

    Student Leadership
  • Program
    Page

    Service Focus is a transformative learning experience that connects academic study with real-world impact.

    Advocacy and Activism, Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership
  • Opportunity

    Community Action Fellows introduce first-year students to community at Princeton and the surrounding area.

    Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership
  • Program
    Page

    Trenton Arts at Princeton (TAP) coordinates co-curricular arts engagement activities in Trenton.

    Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Program
    Page

    The Student Volunteers Council (SVC) supports impactful service organizations and empowers student leaders and volunteers.

    Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Opportunity

    Students for Prison Education, Abolition, & Reform (SPEAR) is a student-run advocacy group at Princeton University that seeks to agitate, advocate, and educate against mass incarceration.

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership
  • Opportunity

    The Princeton Indigenous Advocacy Coalition (PIAC) is a student group that seeks to empower and advocate for Indigenous students and studies at Princeton. We work primarily on four core broad goals that we have identified as areas of growth for the university. They are:

    Advocacy and Activism, Student Leadership
  • Event
    Join the Pace Center to explore your personal paths to transform your communities through the Social Change Role model. We’ll be learning about the ecosystem of social change and the many roles and pathways to make positive social impacts. Come see where and how you can make a difference with your passions and skills.
    Advocacy and Activism, Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership, Trip, Volunteering
  • Event
    What can Climatology tell us about the recent floods in New Jersey? How has public education on warming in the past impacted our country's environmental policies today?
    Advocacy and Activism, Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership, Volunteering
  • Event
    Interested in learning how to serve alongside communities through allyship? Join the Pace Center for a training workshop to gain the skills, knowledge and tools to be able to practice and model forms of allyship.
    Advocacy and Activism, Internships and Fellowships, Student Leadership, Volunteering