Nominations for the International Service Award due April 10
Posted April 4, 2002; 05:10 p.m.
Nominations for the International Service Award are due April 10. The annual award is presented to a student or student organization for having undertaken an extraordinary cross-cultural humanitarian endeavor that significantly improved the life of the individuals served, locally or elsewhere.
The award is given by the International Center with the support of the United Mom's Charity Association, a local non-profit organization that aims to promote the spirit of charity and assist those in need. It will be presented on Saturday, April 27, during Communiversity, an annual town-gown endeavor.
Former recipients include the Association for India's Development (1998), which informed Princetonians through conferences and talks on specific development projects; Princeton-Belize Partnership (1999), which provided assistance to residents in Belize's Laguna and St. Margarite; and Ann Ellis '01, who founded a school and a community center in Kibera, Kenya.
Nominations can be submitted on-line at firstname.lastname@example.org . Be certain to include name(s), class year and a brief description of the individual's or organization's accomplishments. Nominations can also be mailed to: International Center, 243 Frist Campus Center. For further information, call 258-5006.
Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601