Princeton AlumniCorps Welcomes Our New Project 55 Fellowship Program Manager

Paul Nehring '10, PP55 Fellowship Program Manager

Princeton AlumniCorps is pleased to welcome a new staff member to 12 Stockton, Mr. Paul Nehring ’10. Paul will be responsible for overseeing the Project 55 Fellowship Program.

Paul joined the Princeton AlumniCorps staff in June of 2012 as the Program Manager for the Project 55 Fellowship Program. He previously worked at iMentor, on organization organization dedicated to improving the lives of youth from under-served communities through mentoring. At iMentor he managed a high school partnership and supported students as they transitioned to college. Paul originally came to iMentor as a Project 55 Fellow and brings this perspective to bear on his new role. Paul has also acted as assistant camp director for the Triangle YMCA Camp in Minot, North Dakota, and more recently, as director of the Adventure Program at Camp Heartland, a camp committed to serving children affected by or infected with HIV/AIDS. He serves as a volunteer mentor with iMentor, as an alumni interviewer for Princeton University, and as a member of the Friends of Princeton Outdoor Action. Paul is a former PP55 fellow and current Emerging Leader. He earned his B.A. in Politics from Princeton in 2010 and is a native of Bismarck, North Dakota.

If you’d like to welcome Paul to the AlumniCorps team, he can be reached at

AlumniCorps is searching for an Executive Director

Princeton AlumniCorps has assembled a search committee for an Executive Director to start in the summer of 2012.

The Executive Director will support the AlumniCorps Board and volunteers across the country as they implement the AlumniCorps mission. Princeton AlumniCorps currently has a full-time staff of five, more than 200 volunteers in cities across the country, and four programs with an annual budget of approx. $450K. The Executive Director is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission through its operational and financial objectives. The Executive Director must be an organized self-starter, an experienced communicator, an enthusiastic fundraiser and a team player to successfully oversee the day-to-day functions of Princeton AlumniCorps. He or she must have the ability to move capably and confidently between a wide range of responsibilities including program development, financial management, human resources, fundraising, public relations, board and volunteer relations, building management and staff oversight. The Executive Director reports to the Princeton AlumniCorps President, Chair and Board of Directors. Click here to read the complete job posting.

To apply, please email your resume and a thoughtful cover letter, including an indication of your desired salary range, to The subject line should refer to: Executive Director Search. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis through April 15, 2012. Projected start date: June 11, 2012.