It is important to know that at Princeton, student interest and demand drive the development of new programs and initiatives. With staff and faculty advisement, students run projects, lead organizations, host events, organize drives, advocate for change, coordinate trips, rally support, stand up for social justice, teach others and more in collaboration with community partners.
Service and civic engagement is also diffuse and embedded across campus. The Pace Center is one of several entities on campus advising and connecting students, staff and faculty with community partners.
At the Pace Center we value, recognize and honor our community partners for the important work that they do daily in our communities and for their commitment to our students’ learning and development. With service and civic engagement as our center’s sole focus and responsibility, the Pace Center is uniquely positioned to help students understand what it means to do service well and learn how to integrate it into their Princeton experience and beyond, but we could never fully realize our mission without our dedicated community partners.
If you are interested in proposing a project in partnership with the Pace Center, please complete this online form. It will be reviewed by our community partner working group on a rolling basis. Please note, the Pace Center receives a number of requests annually and not all are able to be met.
For more information, please contact Sara Gruppo.