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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!
As a hockey player, Princeton University graduate, and a person committed to community involvement, Dustin Sproat ’06 serves as an example of an individual who is combining his passions into a meaningful and far-reaching public service initiative.
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.
Community Volunteers is excited to be partnering with several local nonprofits to offer five new substantive volunteer opportunities for Princeton alumni. Read an interview with Dana Dreibelbis ’78, who has been volunteering at new partner organization Westminster Community Life Center.
With participants scheduled to attend their fifth session this month, Princeton AlumniCorps’ new Emerging Leaders program is well underway and already providing tangible benefits to aspiring nonprofit leaders in Washington, DC. Feedback from participants to date has been overwhelmingly positive.
Read the latest development report from Development Officer Arti Sheth ’08. With a strong finish last year, AlumniCorps is heading into the new fiscal year with high hopes of building on last year’s successes.