April 25, 2022

The John  H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement is looking for Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students to work with us over the summer in a number of roles. Applications must be made through Student Employment. 

Community House Summer Camp

Community House Summer Camp is looking for Summer Associates to support this year’s campers around the theme of theater. Responsibilities include supervising youth participants, working with Pace Center staff to provide direction and design for the summer production, facilitating team-building and leadership development, developing camp print materials, and program evaluation. Students with an interest and/or past experience in the performing arts and/or teaching are strongly encouraged to apply. Learn more and apply. Contact Geralyn Williams at geralynw@princeton.edu

Communications Summer Associate

The Pace Center is looking for a creative and collaborative student to join our communications team. The Communications Summer Associate will work on graphic design projects, organize resources and tools for staff and students, design and fulfill orders for swag and other materials, write and edit web and audio stories, and assist in planning and strategy to reach the Class of 2026. The Communications Associate may also collaborate with other student workers and staff members to support program-specific and website-oriented projects. Learn more and apply. Questions? Contact Gwen McNamara at gwenm@princeton.edu. [Please note this position has been filled.]

Internships Team Summer Associate

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is home to the John C. Bogle '51 Fellows in Civic Service (Bogle Fellowship), Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS), and Service Focus. Over the summer students in these three programs will be participating in service internships around the world. The internships team is seeking two student associates who would be primarily responsible for fostering digital community, providing peer mentorship, and administrative support for these three programs over the summer. This role can be entirely virtual and could range from 8-15 hours per week depending on student availability. Learn more and apply. Questions? Contact Meg Rooney at mrooney@princeton.edu.

Princeton RISE Facilitators

Princeton RISE is looking for remote and in-person Peer Facilitators to support the RISE Fellows in their reflection and dialogue cohorts, create community within the cohorts, and assist in exploring the organizations and communities fellows work in over the summer. The Pace Center is looking for students with a background in peer support and an interest in racial justice. Learn more and apply for the remote facilitator and/or the in-person facilitator roles. Questions? Contact Geralyn Williams at geralynw@princeton.edu