Stories

Friday, Aug 25, 2017

Dear Pace community, 

After the violent and racist events in Charlottesville on Saturday, August 12, and political leaders’ support of white nationalists and Neo-Nazi’s, many of us are asking, “Now what?”...

Monday, Aug 7, 2017
by David Brown, Assistant Director

 

Thursday, Aug 3, 2017

Service is part of the Princeton student experience. At the Pace Center for Civic Engagement we help students learn to do service well and have a positive impact in the community. We support sustained volunteering, community immersion, student advocacy and activism, summer internships and post-graduate fellowships.

Thursday, Aug 3, 2017

Service is part of the Princeton student experience. At the Pace Center for Civic Engagement we help students learn to do service well and have a positive impact in the community. We support sustained volunteering, community immersion, student advocacy and activism, summer internships and post-graduate fellowships.

Wednesday, Aug 2, 2017

At the Pace Center the relationships we develop are integral to making service a part of the Princeton student experience. When we connect with others in a meaningful way we begin to understand community need, to listen to community, learn from community and serve with community. We believe that at its heart, service is a powerful exchange...

Wednesday, Aug 2, 2017
by arh3

Service is a powerful exchange where students have as much to learn as they have to give. Partnerships with communities should be respectful and purposeful. Students’ humility and accountability yield equality, inclusion and understanding. Students learn to listen to communities, understand community needs and build community on campus and...

Tuesday, Aug 1, 2017

Service and civic engagement are a central part of what it means to be a Princetonian. Service Focus is a Princeton University program that bridges service and learning across the first two years of the undergraduate experience.

Wednesday, Jun 7, 2017
by Princeton University Development Communications
Two projects designed by Princeton students to help make the world a better place have been awarded $10,000 by Davis Projects for Peace. Kyle Berlin ’18 plans to break down political divides through storytelling, and Lydia Watt ’18, Alice Vinogradsky ’20, Amanda Cheng ’20 and Kabbas Azhar ’18 will help bring clean water to communities in Guyana.
Monday, Jun 5, 2017
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Coordinator
Daniel Rounds, a graduating senior from Media, PA, has become the 25th recipient of the Priscilla Glickman '92 Memorial Prize for service at Princeton University.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
by Kira O'Brien, Program Coordinator

On Friday May 12, first-year students taking part in the John C. Bogle ’51 Fellows in Civic Service program had the opportunity to learn from their peers at the opposite end of the Princeton experience.

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