Undergraduate Student Positions

Student Correspondent (Job #42356)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is looking to hire a student interested in journalism and storytelling to serve as a reporter, writer, and sharer of the service and civic engagement experience at Princeton University. In this role, the Pace Center Student Correspondent will produce at minimum two to three website stories per month throughout the academic year. The Correspondent will interview students and campus and community partners, write stories, and develop other creative ways to illustrate service and civic engagement. The Correspondent will work closely with the center's Graphic Design & Photography Associate and Website & Newsletter Associate to coordinate coverage of events, and sharing of content across the Pace Center's website and other outlets, including social media. 
This position will require 6-10 hours per week. Additional hours and/or evening/weekend assignments are possible.

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Community House Research & Operations (Job #42355)

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is looking for a student to research successful interventions and best practices in the areas of academic success and social-emotional literacy; research and document the history of Community House; conduct community mapping of the Princeton local community to assess needs around educational achievement; and support the operations of Community House via data collection, development of promotional materials, event coordination and other logistical operations. This position will also support the planning and executing of the Community House 50th anniversary celebration in 2019. 

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Staff Positions

Business Manager

Reporting to the Senior Associate Director, the Business Manager serves a critical role in supporting the leadership and staff of the Pace Center for Civic Engagement to achieve its strategic and fiscal organizational goals and objectives in support of it mission to make service central to the Princeton student experience. The Business Manager has primary responsibility for managing the Center's finances, including budget management and development and financial transactions and accounting. Administrative responsibilities to support human resources and donor stewardship systems, processes, and practices are also components of this role. The Business Manager represents the Pace Center in budget meetings and requires significant interactions among varying levels of leadership and administrative staff, including the offices of the Vice President for Campus Life, the Dean of the College, Finance and Treasury, and University Advancement. The Business Manager also has external interactions with vendors and community organizations. The Business Manager supports student leaders in the financial responsibilities of their service work.

Learn more and apply through careers.princeton.edu