[Now what?]

We like many of you we are asking "Now what?" What can I do? Where do I go? How can I respond? At the Pace Center we stand with community. We stand for justice and equality. Service and civic engagement, now more than ever, play a vital role. No matter where you are, we can help you find ways to learn more, to care for others, to engage with community, to take action. This page offers information, tools and resources to get started.  

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Resources and Information

Sites, Articles & Video

    Conversation & Dialogue

    Health & Well-being

    Organizing & Activism

    Higher Education

    Context & Background

    Campus Resources

    Carl A Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding
    Davis International Center
    Inclusive Princeton
    LGBT Center
    McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
    Office of Admission
    Office of the Dean of the Faculty
    Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
    Office of Human Resources
    Office of Religious Life
    Office of Sustainability
    Office of the Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity
    Scholars Institute Fellows Program
    Women’s Center

    Workshops & Programs

    Organizing Praxis Lab
    Sponsored by the Pace Center and University Center for Human Values, Organizing for Civic Engagement is a yearlong group-based program dedicated to deepening the knowledge and skills of community organizers.
    Friday, October 13, 9:30 AM-8 PM, Room 399 and 397 in the JRR-LAS Building
    This full-day workshop will focus on unpacking power, relationship building, action and civil disobedience. This workshop will serve as a kick off to a monthly speakers series that features local faculty, practitioners, and experts from abroad on topics centered on community organizing. The speaker panels will be open to the public followed by trainings specific to the cohort. Students must apply to take part in the program and training. 


    Allyship Through Service
    Join us for this training workshop to gain the skills, knowledge and tools to be able to practice and model forms of good allyship within your service experiences and beyond.
    Sunday, October 15, 1-2 PM, Frist Campus Center Multipurpose Room (MPR) B
    Tuesday, November 14, 6-7 PM, Frist Campus Center, Multipurpose Room (MPR) B
    Wednesday, January 31, 2018, 11 AM-12 PM, Frist Campus Center, Multipurpose Room (MPR) B


    Pace Center Fellows Program
    The Pace Center Fellows program brings students together in small groups to engage in regular meaningful dialogue with each other and a staff advisor from the Pace Center. The program calls students to action as they engage deeply in critical issues and personal reflection through regular (monthly) engagement over the course of a year. Fellows are chosen to participate in the program based on their experiences in service, thoughtful engagement, leadership and commitment to learning through service. Learn more.

    Find ways to engage directly with issues you care about in our Get Involved section. See our Events Calendar for additional offerings.

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