Friends of Davis International Center

A Place for Us All

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The Friends want to help you

Friends of Davis International Center of Princeton University want to help you feel more comfortable speaking English and learning about American customs and traditions. Our volunteers and hosts will make it possible for you to make new American and international friends.

The Friends offer several free programs to meet your needs.

To learn more about the Friends of Davis International Center, be sure to browse the rest of our website by clicking on the headings in the left-hand column. You can also read about our most recent information by clicking on the links on the right-hand side of this page. Enjoy our Friends website!

For additional information about any of the Friends programs and activities, e-mail Hanna Hand or call her at (609) 258-1170.

The Friends Need Volunteers!

Friends of Davis International Center is seeking new volunteers to become tutors and hosts. Our volunteers represent varying ages and backgrounds, but they all share the same dedication—helping international graduate students, visiting scholars and their families meet the daily challenges of living and studying in a foreign country.

Since 1979, Friends volunteers have been:

  • Inviting international graduate students and scholars, along with their spouses and families, into our homes for dinners and gatherings.
  • Meeting on campus in small groups to practice English conversation and socialize.
  • Offering individual tutoring to international graduate students and scholars who want to improve their English skills.
  • Creating intercultural understanding by serving as the volunteer wing of Davis International Center of Princeton University.

Above all, we offer the greatest gift of all — friendship.

If sharing your knowledge, experience and friendship with grateful members of the international community interests you, then consider joining us in becoming a Friends volunteer.

Click on Volunteering and learn how you can become a tutor or host. For further information, e-mail Hanna Hand or call her at (609) 258-1170.