Undergraduate Student Positions

Photography Associate - Job #41739

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking a skilled and creative Photography Associate to help capture the power of the Community Action experience during Orientation to Princeton University. Community Action welcomes and introduces first-year students to the Princeton community. Through peer-led small groups, students explore social issues of public significance, reflect on their own social and civic identity, and experience reciprocal community engagement in action. Working with the Pace Center’s Communications Coordinator and Orientation team, the Photography Associate will travel throughout the New Jersey and Pennsylvania region to photograph students and community partners in action.

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Training & Learning Associate 

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is expanding and enhancing our events and programming that connect students to service at Princeton and create spaces for dialogue and conversations around important social issues. This position has the opportunity to help develop, design, and coordinate signature events (i.e., Orientation Welcome Event) and new recurring programs (i.e., Brown Bag Conversations, monthly   conversations with Pace Executive Director).

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Staff Positions

Program Coordinator 

In support of its vision to foster a culture of social responsibility that inspires students to create systemic change in order to build an equitable and just world, the Pace Center for Civic Engagement is looking for a thoughtful, focused and creative individual to lead its Alternative Break Programs. The Program Coordinator is responsible for the development and operations of Breakout Princeton, a signature program of the Center that provides service and learning community immersion opportunities for students during the fall, January, and spring breaks. The coordinator designs and delivers trainings to ensure students are well-prepared to engage in meaningful service with a positive community impact, focusing on learning specific skills through advocacy and activism. The coordinator advises and mentors individual students, student groups and student board members on best practices of effective student leadership and community engagement and teaches the skills of team-building and project management. The coordinator is responsible for forging connections with campus and community partners to create new pathways and resources for volunteer and civic engagement opportunities, with intentional outreach and support of graduate students and student athletes. The coordinator has oversight for Month of Service programming which supports staff, faculty and students on campus in meaningful direct service and supports the University's annual recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. and his life of service.

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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.

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