... Why is Jim Farrin '58 Sending College Students to Prison?!?!
PA3 and Princeton AlumniCorps
invite you to join us
for a Reception and Presentationfeaturing
THE PETEY GREENE PROGRAM
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
from 6-8 pm
at Princeton AlumniCorps
12 Stockton St, Princeton
Jim Farrin, Class of 1958 and Walter Fortson, formerly incarcerated spokesman of The Petey Greene Program, will speak about the program's mission to supplement education in correctional institutions by preparing volunteers, primarily college students, to provide free, quality tutoring and related programming to support the academic achievement of incarcerated people.
Read Jim Farrin's recent piece in USA Today as well as recent press.
The Petey Greene Program was founded by Charles Puttkamer '58 and the program was selected as the 50th reunion Service Project for the Class of 1958 in 2008.
You are certain to be impressed and inspired.
Mix and mingle over wine, beer, soft drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
PA3 is grateful to Princeton AlumniCorps (formerly known as Princeton Project 55) for hosting us at its headquarters!
Sponsored by PA3 and Princeton AlumniCorps, attendance is free but registration is required, by email to: email@example.com
Meet the Petey Greene Program
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 6:00 PM to
Join us for an inspiring evening with Jim Farrin and Walter Fortson of the Petey Greene Program, which provides quality tutoring and related educational services to support incarcerated students in achieving their academic goals
Location: Princeton AlumniCorps, 12 Stockton St, Princeton
Organized by: PA3 + Princeton AlumniCorps + Petey Greene Program
Posted by lydia about 3 years ago.
VOLUNTEER TO HOST AN INTERNATIONAL
STUDENT/SCHOLAR FOR THANKSGIVING
Thanksgiving Host Family Request
This year Princeton students/scholars from around
the world will be offered the opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving with an
American host family in the local area through a program hosted by the Davis
International Center. Princeton international students/scholars will be matched
with volunteering families who will share their Thanksgiving celebration. Both international
students/scholars have the chance to learn more about each others’ cultures and
foster new friendships. Students/Scholars will be matched with hosts on a first-come-first-serve
basis. While it is possible that there may not be enough hosts or students for
all interested parties, every effort will be made to satisfy requests.
If you have room at your Thanksgiving table for an
international student/scholar, please send the following information to Hanna
Hand, firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than
Wednesday, November 9
address, phone, e-mail
number of students/scholars you are able to host
Thanksgiving Host Family Request
Thursday, November 24, 2016 - 8:17 PM to
Sunday, November 27, 2016 - 8:17 PM
This year Princeton students/scholars from around the world
will be offered the opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving
with an American host family in the local area through a program hosted by
the Davis International Center.
Princeton international students/scholars will be matched
with volunteering families who will share their Thanksgiving celebration.
Both international students/scholars have the chance learn more about each
others’ cultures and foster new friendships.
Students/Scholars will be matched with hosts on a first-come-first-serve basis.
While it is possible that there may not be enough hosts or students for all
interested parties, every effort will be made to satisfy requests.
If you have room at your Thanksgiving table
for an international students/scholar, please send the following
information to Hanna Hand, email@example.com.
• Your name, address, phone, e-mail
• The number of students/scholars you are able to host?
Location: Princeton area
Organized by: Davis International Center
Posted by Princeton AAA about 3 years ago.
Veterans Day at Princeton U, Nov 11
Princeton University will be holding the annual Veterans
Day Observance in the Princeton University Chapel on Friday, November
11 at 8:30 am. A breakfast reception will immediately follow the
service in Chancellor Green.
More information about the program can be found at community.princeton.edu
Veterans Day Observance (
Friday, November 11, 2016 - 8:30 AM to
Location: Princeton U Chapel
Posted by Princeton AAA about 3 years ago.
Princeton in Africa Gala in NYC
MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2016
A private club in Manhattan, New York City, NY
6:00 PM Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
7:00 PM Dinner, Program, Live Auction & Entertainment
For the presentation of
The Princeton in Africa Founders Medal to
DWIGHT & JULIE ANDERSON
Ospraie Management LLC
In recognition of their commitment to Princeton in Africa and to the advancement
of the African continent, through their ongoing investments in African-based
markets and their transformative support of Princeton in Africa’s mission and work.
The Princeton in Africa Medal to
Nobel Peace Laureate & Founder of The Gbowee Peace Foundation
For her commitment to peace and justice, dedication to
empowering the youth of Liberia and other parts of West Africa, and ongoing
advocacy on behalf of women and girls around the world.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (609) 258-7215. www.princetoninafrica.org
Princeton in Africa Gala (
Monday, October 24, 2016 - 6:00 PM to
Location: Private Club in NYC
Posted by Princeton AAA over 3 years ago.
Alumni Corps, PA3, cider, and donuts!
Save the Date!
New Jersey 2016-2017 Kickoff Celebration
Dear Alumni, Grad Students, Parents and Friends -
Save the date for a fun-filled afternoon in the Princeton countryside!
- Network with Princeton area Project 55 alumni and AlumniCorps supporters
- Meet the new Project 55 Fellows for next year, and share your advice for a successful fellowship experience
- Hear from Liz Duffy ‘88, AlumniCorps Board Chair, and Tannwen Mount '98, former PP55 Fellow and Manager, Terhune Orchards
- Find out how you can volunteer or get involved with Princeton AlumniCorps in New Jersey
- Bring friends, partners, spouses, and children (but no pets)
We welcome the whole AlumniCorps family:
- incoming, current, and former Project 55 fellows and interns
- parents of PP55 fellows
- Emerging Leaders
- ARC Innovators
- Our founders, the Class of '55
- Princeton alumni and AlumniCorps friends
WHAT: Cider and doughnuts and an enjoyable afternoon on the farm
WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2016
TIME: 11 am - 1 pm
WHERE: Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
RSVP here for planning purposes
For any questions, click here
About Princeton AlumniCorps:
Princeton AlumniCorps engages alumni at every age. Our year-long Princeton Project 55 Fellowships are for graduating Princeton seniors and other recent graduates. Emerging Leaders is a professional development program for nonprofit managers a little bit further along in their careers; the program is open to alumni of other institutions. ARC Innovators is for seasoned alumni with skills to offer; Innovators have ranged in age from 22 to 82; anyone in the wider Princeton network is welcome. Our volunteers are Princeton alumni of all ages, who serve as mentors, advisors, area committee members, Board members, seminar speakers, and more.
About the New Jersey Area Committee:
We support the Project 55 fellows who are placed in New Jersey, with area alumni mentors and networking/training opportunities. We also support the ARC Innovators program in New Jersey. We help identify nonprofit partner organizations to work with our Fellows, Innovators, and Emerging Leaders.
Marsha Rosenthal ’76 and Tom Magnus ’77 K55 chair the New Jersey Committee, which also includes Rick Ober ’65, Julia Otis ’91, and Kef Kasdin ’85.
Thank you so much for your interest and enthusiasm. Please join us. Many hands make light work, and we hope to have fun together.
Co-sponsored by the Princeton Area Alumni Association. All are welcome!
Alumni Corps & PA3 at Terhune Orchards (
Saturday, May 14, 2016 - 11:00 AM to
Location: 330 Cold Soil Rd., Princeton
Posted by Princeton AAA almost 4 years ago.