Princeton Area Alumni Association

Community Service

Community service activities engage alumni with diverse interests from a range of classes throughout the PA3 region.... (More)
Please help support the PA3 by paying your 2019/2020 annual dues today!
Comment on Post

0 (max 2000)

Alumni Corps Update

announces 4 meaningful volunteer positions in the greater Princeton Area; 6 in the NYC

here for more information.

ARC Innovators

Apply Expertise.  Renew Commitment. Create Change

ARC Innovators connects experienced Princeton alumni with our nonprofit partner organizations.  Innovators apply their expertise to complete short term impactful projects that will create lasting change in the organization.  ARC Innovators bring their experience and perspective to ongoing issues and projects in nonprofit organizations. 

Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.


Typoon Haiyun Relief

The Princeton Club of Southern California compiled a list of typhoon relief organizations.  Check it out:

PA3 does not endorse any particular organization.  This is just for your information.

Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.


Alumni Corps Update

 Logo web version

November 7, 2013

Dear Friends,

Princeton AlumniCorps is pleased to announce the release of our 2013 Annual Report.2013 Annual Report

The report showcases the achievements of a year of success engaging alumni of all ages in the public interest. A few of our recent accomplishments are:

  • Placing 52 young graduates in fellowships at public interest organizations around the country through our flagship Princeton Project 55 Program, whose alumni now number more than 1,500.
  • Expansion of Emerging Leaders to New York. Designed to propel aspiring nonprofit professionals forward in their careers and address the growing leadership deficit that the nonprofit sector faces, Emergingn Leaders had 31 participants from diverse organizations within the nonprofit sector.
  • Channeling the activist spirit in alumni from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s by finding them skills-based Community Volunteers opportunities in Chicago and the Princeton area.
  • Helping college students and alumni around the country organize initiatives inspired by the PP55 example through The Alumni Network.
  • Engaging more than 200 volunteers and more than 450 donors in supporting and driving all facets of our work.

All of this is possible because of your support and the hard work of our many volunteers, staff, and Board members, who ensure that our programs and impact continue to grow. Thank you for your belief in our work!


Click here to view the full report.

Click here to download the full report

In Community,

Andrew signature

Andrew Nurkin
Executive Director

Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.


Volunteer ESL Tutors Needed


The Individual English Conversation Program is one of several programs run by the Friends of Davis International Center. This program matches graduate students and visiting scholars at the University with a volunteer tutor to practice conversational English. This is a one-on-one program. The pair is expected to meet for an hour or so once a week for up to an academic year. The main purpose is to give the student the opportunity to improve his or her English skills with the guidance of a native speaker, in an informal atmosphere. Tutors often find themselves assisting in a variety of other ways to help the student adjust to life in Princeton, and new friendships develop. This is a highly rewarding activity for both the volunteer and the student.

At least 50 students are enrolled at any given time, so new tutors are always in demand. The most important qualification is that the tutor be a native English speaker. No teaching or ESL experience is required.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, or have any questions, please contact Program coordinator Carl Clough at (908.359.8801) or Hanna Hand at 609.258.1170 (Davis International Center). Thank you!

Posted by Princeton AAA over 6 years ago.


PA3 Volunteers "Spring into Service" at Special Olympics

June 9, 2013: Nine PA3 volunteers enjoyed a rewarding morning of service at the Special Olympic Summer Games in Ewing. This year we worked with the youngest athletes, kids 2 ½ - 7 years old. PA3 volunteers set up stations and then guided kids through activities including an obstacle course, gymnastics, tennis, and bocce, among others, all designed to help the kids improve gross motor skills and develop foundational skills for future participation in sports.

The PA3 volunteers were (pictured left to right in the group photo) Jess Deutsch ’91, Marian Zelazny p11, Andrew Lieu ’06, Jeremy Kestler ’94, Olek Zelazny p11, Arlen Hastings ’80, Wu Suen *98 and daughter Helen Sun, and Haiyan Bian p14. 

Sonj_set_up_1_-_6_9_13 Sonj_set_up_2_-_6_9_13 Sonj_athlete_6_9_13 Sonj_group_6_9_13
Related Events

Special Olympics ( Sunday, June 9, 2013 - 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM )
Location: Ewing, NJ

Posted by Arlen about 7 years ago.