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Princeton AlumniCorps says a big THANK YOU to our supporters. More than 480 donors, listed here, contributed to Princeton AlumniCorps between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. Thank you for making our work possible!
Princeton AlumniCorps is pleased to announce the release of our 2011-12 Annual Report. We are conducting four programs to provide a continuum of opportunities for alumni to engage in meaningful civic service throughout their lives. In the report, read more about these initiatives and our recent accomplishments.
Join the conversation. Which of the four food system issues most concern you? What organizations in your community are working on the food problem? Who might take a Project 55 Fellow or a skills-based AlumniCorps Community Volunteer? Are you a professional working in food and public health, social justice, the environment, or animal welfare? Contact us about speaking at an AlumniCorps seminar or panel for Project 55 fellows.
In this short video message, John Fish ’55 and Chet Safian ’55 talk about the impact and growth of the Project 55 Fellowship Program, and their hopes for the future of Princeton AlumniCorps.
AlumniCorps Board member and founder of Princeton Project 55, Ralph Nader ’55 was recognized for his “crusading work of consumer advocacy, ” Unsafe at Any Speed on Time Magazine’s All-TIME 100 Best Nonfiction Books list on Tuesday, August 30, 2011.
Mike Castro ’76 helped ESL students at North Plainfield High School succeed academically. Together he and other volunteers worked with more than 80 students over four years. Mike shared his story and contact information with us, for those who would like to learn more.