Undergraduate Student Positions

Community House STEAM Summer Camp Associate

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement seeks to hire Princeton undergraduate summer associates to plan, develop and implement a 5 week STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) summer camp as part of the Community House program for local Princeton 6th, 7th, and 8th grade middle school students. The position is approximately 40 hours per week, 8 weeks in length, starting on June 17 and ending on August 9, with the actual camp scheduled for July 1 through August 2. Associate responsibilities include supervising camp participants, curriculum design and implementation, leading field trips, developing camp print materials, and camp supply organization and inventory. Candidates with an interest and/or past experience in tutoring and/or teaching are strongly encouraged to apply.

At least 1-2 mandatory organizational meetings with Pace Center staff focused on curriculum development and training will be scheduled in March. Once selected, summer associates will be eligible to apply for on-campus summer housing with the Pace Center acting as sponsor, and a housing stipend will be provided to offset the cost of housing.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, with a priority deadline of Friday, February 8th. Please send resume and cover email to Charlotte Collins, Associate Director cec1@princeton.edu.

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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. The Business Manager has primary responsibility for managing the Center's budget. This includes budget analysis, development and proposing creative solutions to budgetary scenarios. Responsibility also includes the Center’s financial transactions and accounting. Administrative responsibilities to support human resources and donor stewardship systems, processes, and practices are also important 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 encourages, supports and invites diverse perspectives in the form of relationships with vendors and community organizations. The Business Manager supports student leaders in the financial responsibilities of their service work.

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