Public Service Projects and Opportunities
Funding is available for a variety of public service activities including projects planned by student organizations and by individual students, summer internships, independent academic work that addresses social problems, and international service initiatives. The Pace Center serves as a central source of information about Princeton’s many and varied civic engagement resources. For more information or assistance in finding or developing public service opportunities, contact the Pace Center at email@example.com.
Campus Life Policy for Public Service Projects
Funds for Public Service Initiatives
The Pace Center provides information about sources of funding in its handout titled Princeton University Funding Resources for Public Service Initiatives.
Students and groups not eligible for USG Projects Board funding are encouraged to apply to the Pace Center for financial support for projects related to public service and civic engagement. Examples of the types of activities that might fall into this category include: outreach efforts by performing arts groups; educational panels or conferences on matters of public import; training sessions for groups involved in community engagement or humanitarian fundraising; or various community service events. For more information regarding funding from the Pace Center, please click here.
International Service Break Trip Policy
Princeton does not support international public service break trips because of concerns about responsible and effective service, risk management, and fiscal responsibility, and will not provide funding or sponsorship for students to participate in them.