For over 30 years, Princeton AlumniCorps has partnered with hundreds of social impact organizations nationwide to deliver the Princeton Project 55 Fellowship program for over 2,000 Princeton Alumni. Project 55 Fellows are selected to be placed with nonprofit organizations, serving a variety of social causes, in the Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, New Jersey, Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Fellows lead in full-time, paid positions with nonprofits to perform high-impact work that contributes to both the organization’s mission and the Fellow’s development as a civic professional.
Come learn more at one of our information sessions, by dropping by our office location at 12 Stockton Street in Princeton, or reaching out to Laissa Gibson at [email protected].
About Princeton AlumniCorps (Project 55)
Founded in 1989 by Princeton’s Class of ’55, Princeton AlumniCorps’ core programs help nonprofits further their goals while engaging participants in significant leadership development. With over 2,000 program alumni, 200 volunteers, and a network of nearly 600 nonprofit partner organizations, Princeton AlumniCorps supports community organizations committed to building a more just, equitable and sustainable society by developing and engaging young leaders and professionals of all ages to advance social change.