Join AlumniCorps at Princeton University Reunions 2018!

Join us for a slate of activities on June 1, 2018— the Friday of Princeton Reunions. All of our Reunions activities will take place at Princeton’s Neuroscience Institute Building off Poe Field (see tips on how to get there here). Note specific room numbers below— also found in the Reunions 2018 Schedule of Open Events booklet.
We are also hosting our quarterly Board of Directors Meeting on June 3, 2018— the Sunday of Reunions weekend. Our meetings are open to the public, but RSVP to kcarlos@alumnicorps.org is required by 5/18/18.

June 1, 10:00 am – 11:30 am

In the Nation's Service: Mapping Your Network for the Public Good. Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Faculty Conference 101

 

Left to right: Charlie Lucas ’71, Kristen Smith ’03, Brandon White ’09, and Ayana Woods ’98
When it comes to effecting social change, where do you fit in? Come and discover how your connections, skills, and resources can be used for the public good. You’ll hear how four Princeton alumni (pictured above)— Charlie Lucas ’71, Kristen Smith ’03, Brandon White ’09, and Ayana Woods ’98— leveraged AlumniCorps’ programs, as well as their own networks. Then you’ll participate in an interactive workshop to understand how to use your connections and create new connections—great and small— for systemic social change.

June 1, 12:00pm – 1:30pm In the Nation’s Service Together: A Networking Lunch
Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Study Hall & Patio A

Continue the conversation around mobilizing networks for the public good over lunch with like-minded Princetonians. Lunch is free of charge, but RSVP is requested by 5/25/18 at tinyurl.com/AlumniCorpsLunch.


June 1, 2:00pm – 3:30pm In the Service of Humanity: Empowering Immigrant Communities (Panel)
Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Room A32.
Left to right: Phillip Connor *10, Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center; Maribel Hernández Rivera, Esq. *10, Executive Director of Legal Initiatives, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs; José Quiñonez *98, Founder and CEO, Mission Asset Fund; Maya Wahrman ’16, Former Project 55 Fellow and Program Assistant (Forced Migration), Princeton University Office of Religious Life.

As a part of Princeton AlumniCorps’ Bold Idea initiative, we are hosting a panel discussion and Q & A session featuring speakers who have experience working to build capacities and develop skills among immigrants and refugees.
Featuring (pictured above) Phillip Connor *10, Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center; Maribel Hernández  Rivera, Esq. *10, Executive Director of Legal Initiatives, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs; José Quiñonez *98, Founder and CEO, Mission Asset Fund; Maya Wahrman ’16, Former Project 55 Fellow and Program Assistant (Forced Migration), Princeton University Office of Religious Life. Learn more about our panelists by reading their bios, here.

Sunday, June 3, 2018, 9:30am – 3:00pm Board of Directors Meeting
Location: International School Services, 15 Roszel Road, Princeton NJ.
AlumniCorps board meetings are open to the public.
Please RSVP to Kimme Carlos at kcarlos@alumnicorps.org or (609) 921-8808 ext. 1 by Friday, May 18, 2018.

We hope you will be able to join us!


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