The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is now accepting applications for student board leaders with Breakout Princeton, Community House, Pace Council for Civic Values, Student Organizations, and the Student Volunteers Council. Each student board helps set the course for their program and supports a myriad of student-led service opportunities.
To acknowledge the contributions and learnings of Princeton RISE students, five mini-symposia were held during the week of September 28. Each mini-symposium was led by Princeton RISE peer facilitators and included an overview of the Princeton RISE initiative, presentations of learning by Princeton RISE fellows, and time for questions.
Founded in 1969, Community House is committed to standing with families -- investing in community and supporting youth as they learn, grow, and achieve their dreams. At the heart of Community House is family.
After scattering to homes across the country and around the world this spring, a growing group of Princeton students have used video conferencing not only to continue coursework and keep up social connections, but also to support the learning and development of younger students in the
Since its founding by Princeton University students more than 30 years ago, Community Action (CA) has focused on community building, fostering connections with local community organizations, and challenging new students to think about the role service will play in their student experience.
Here at the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement, we have used the summer to listen and to learn – from our students, our communities, and others. In turn, we are working to ensure that service and civic engagement continue to be value-driven, relationship-based, and a social responsibility, even as we shift toward a virtual...
For the third year in a row, Princeton University undergraduate students are helping to teach a version of Princeton’s computer science course, COS 126, at the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez (UPRM) in collaboration with ...
Looking to build your knowledge and skills to be a leader in service? The John H. Pace, Jr.' 39 Center for Civic Engagement has launched a new online Service Leadership Course for undergraduate and graduate students at Princeton University who are engaging in remote summer opportunities, or simply want to become more effective leaders for...
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