Veterans Day at Princeton U, Nov 11
Princeton University will be holding the annual Veterans
Day Observance in the Princeton University Chapel on Friday, November
11 at 8:30 am. A breakfast reception will immediately follow the
service in Chancellor Green.
More information about the program can be found at community.princeton.edu
Veterans Day Observance (
Friday, November 11, 2016 - 8:30 AM to
Location: Princeton U Chapel
Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.
Princeton in Africa Gala in NYC
MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016
A private club in Manhattan, New York City, NY
6:00 PM Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
7:00 PM Dinner, Program, Live Auction & Entertainment
For the presentation of
The Princeton in Africa Founders Medal to
DWIGHT & JULIE ANDERSON
Ospraie Management LLC
In recognition of their commitment to Princeton in Africa and to the advancement
of the African continent, through their ongoing investments in African-based
markets and their transformative support of Princeton in Africa’s mission and work.
The Princeton in Africa Medal to
Nobel Peace Laureate & Founder of The Gbowee Peace Foundation
For her commitment to peace and justice, dedication to
empowering the youth of Liberia and other parts of West Africa, and ongoing
advocacy on behalf of women and girls around the world.
For more information, please email email@example.com
or call (609) 258-7215. www.princetoninafrica.org
Princeton in Africa Gala (
Monday, October 24, 2016 - 6:00 PM to
Location: Private Club in NYC
Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.
Alumni Corps, PA3, cider, and donuts!
Save the Date!
New Jersey 2016-2017 Kickoff Celebration
Dear Alumni, Grad Students, Parents and Friends -
Save the date for a fun-filled afternoon in the Princeton countryside!
- Network with Princeton area Project 55 alumni and AlumniCorps supporters
- Meet the new Project 55 Fellows for next year, and share your advice for a successful fellowship experience
- Hear from Liz Duffy ‘88, AlumniCorps Board Chair, and Tannwen Mount '98, former PP55 Fellow and Manager, Terhune Orchards
- Find out how you can volunteer or get involved with Princeton AlumniCorps in New Jersey
- Bring friends, partners, spouses, and children (but no pets)
We welcome the whole AlumniCorps family:
- incoming, current, and former Project 55 fellows and interns
- parents of PP55 fellows
- Emerging Leaders
- ARC Innovators
- Our founders, the Class of '55
- Princeton alumni and AlumniCorps friends
WHAT: Cider and doughnuts and an enjoyable afternoon on the farm
WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2016
TIME: 11 am - 1 pm
WHERE: Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
RSVP here for planning purposes
For any questions, click here
About Princeton AlumniCorps:
Princeton AlumniCorps engages alumni at every age. Our year-long Princeton Project 55 Fellowships are for graduating Princeton seniors and other recent graduates. Emerging Leaders is a professional development program for nonprofit managers a little bit further along in their careers; the program is open to alumni of other institutions. ARC Innovators is for seasoned alumni with skills to offer; Innovators have ranged in age from 22 to 82; anyone in the wider Princeton network is welcome. Our volunteers are Princeton alumni of all ages, who serve as mentors, advisors, area committee members, Board members, seminar speakers, and more.
About the New Jersey Area Committee:
We support the Project 55 fellows who are placed in New Jersey, with area alumni mentors and networking/training opportunities. We also support the ARC Innovators program in New Jersey. We help identify nonprofit partner organizations to work with our Fellows, Innovators, and Emerging Leaders.
Marsha Rosenthal ’76 and Tom Magnus ’77 K55 chair the New Jersey Committee, which also includes Rick Ober ’65, Julia Otis ’91, and Kef Kasdin ’85.
Thank you so much for your interest and enthusiasm. Please join us. Many hands make light work, and we hope to have fun together.
Co-sponsored by the Princeton Area Alumni Association. All are welcome!
Alumni Corps & PA3 at Terhune Orchards (
Saturday, May 14, 2016 - 11:00 AM to
Location: 330 Cold Soil Rd., Princeton
Posted by Princeton AAA almost 7 years ago.
A4P Community Service Event - March 26
Community House Big Sibs
- Come join us for a community service event! We will be helping the Community House Big Sibs program on Saturday, March 26th from 11-2pm. This group works with elementary school students. The program is trying to introduce them to service as well, and our group will be helping them complete a service project. Specifically we may be putting together hygiene packs for families in need. The age range of the children are 2nd-5th grade. This event is limited to twenty volunteers due to space/event constraints.
- Community House's student-driven education programs "work with families to close the achievement gap in Princeton by offering support in the areas of academic success and social-emotional literacy for underrepresented area youth. The Big Sibs program is a "student-led mentorship project connecting University students with elementary school students in Princeton Public Schools. Mentors build long-term relationships with individual students and help foster academic and social and emotional growth."
- Please contact Joyce Chen Shueh at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 902-5999 by March 18 if you can join us
A4P Community Service (
Saturday, March 26, 2016 - 11:00 AM to
Posted by Princeton AAA about 7 years ago.
PICS Alumni Partners Needed
Fears, or the past 2 PA3 has provided financial support for 1 to 2 summer interns at local non-profits through the PICS program. The Executive Director of PICs has asked us to spread the word to local alumni about their need for mentor/partners during the summer.
Dear Local Princeton Alumni,
PICS has seen a tremendous expansion this year and we will have 150+ interns in the field this summer (up from 115 last summer). As you can imagine, pairing alumni partners has become more involved and I am hoping some in PA3 would be interested in volunteering. We would greatly appreciate your support in finding alumni interested in interacting with current undergraduates to fill these roles. I need alumni partners for the following placed internships still:
1. The MDS Foundation in Yardville. www.mds-foundation.org
2. The Center for Supportive Schools in Trenton. www.supportiveschools.org
3. Princeton - Blairstown Center (2 interns placed). www.princetonblairstown.org
Below is what I tell those we ask to volunteer and I have attached our partner handbook:
PICS is an independent Princeton University alumni organization that places Princeton undergraduates in nonprofit paid summer internships across the US and abroad. We will have over 150 interns in the field in 2016.
An integral part of our program is providing each intern with an “alumni partner”, a Princeton alum who will reach out and connect with the student over the summer, help expose him or her to the Princeton alumni network generally and the networking opportunities that it offers, and field questions or issues if any arise over the summer. The role of the alumni partner is not job mentor, but rather life mentor: a friendly Princeton face for a student who is not from the area, who can answer some questions about the area, provide any work advice that might come up, spend time at a lunch or dinner, and become a first exposure to the Princeton networking experience. Some interns really enjoy the contact and like to make time to meet, while others are content to know someone is there that they can turn to if necessary. Many of these connections lead to long term friendships, and are a good way to connect with current Princeton undergrads.
I am writing to see if you would also be interested in becoming an alumni partner to a PICS intern this summer in New York.
I have attached our handbook for you to review as well as this link to our website, http://pics.princeton.edu
Princeton Internships in Civic Service
P.O. Box 261
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
1S-7 Green Hall
PICS was founded by the Class of 1969, and its internships for Princeton undergraduates are created and funded by Princeton Alumni, Classes and Regional Associations
Posted by Princeton AAA about 7 years ago.
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