The Bay Area
The Bay Area committee welcomed a new group of fellows, most of whom were new to the Bay Area, San Francisco and the AlumniCorps Community at the newly opened Exploratorium.
After the fellows got settled into their jobs and a new city, we met up in North Beach, San Francisco, to experience “Off the [...]
On November 14, more than eighty members of the alumni community and nonprofit sector gathered at the Princeton Club of New York for a night of networking and conversation focused on encore careers and transitional opportunities in the social sector. Princeton AlumniCorps partnered with the Class of ’71 Legacy Initiative, Encore.org, and the Princeton Club [...]
Clara Botstein ’07 is the Director of Early College Strategy for Bard College. She is a former PP55 fellow and a current Emerging Leader. We asked her to reflect on the experience of her fellowship, her career, and how AlumniCorps continues to impact her work.
Princeton AlumniCorps has had the largest impact of any single [...]
Elizabeth Lindsey *07 is a member of the first class of Emerging Leaders and the Alumni Leader for the program in Washington, DC. She currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Groundswell, a DC-based clean energy and community development nonprofit. She shares her thoughts on how the program has impacted her own leadership role [...]
Regular seminars are a core element of the Project 55 Fellowships Program, giving fellows opportunities to deepen their knowledge about public issues and civic leadership. In Chicago, PP55 fellows gather weekly with fellows from our TAN affiliate schools to be inspired by and learn from leaders working for social change. Latalia White ’12 reports on [...]
Congratulations to the following 2013-14 Project 55 Fellows! Princeton Project 55 Fellowships are made possible by passionate area committees and local volunteers, generous donors, and highly effective partner organizations. Thank you for your shared effort.
Princeton AlumniCorps is delighted to welcome a new staff member to 12 Stockton, Mr. Paul Nehring ‘10. Paul will be responsible for overseeing the Project 55 Fellowship Program.
“I know I’m now three times grateful for the leadership PP55 has taken in this field – and I know I’m not the only one.”