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125th Anniversary Event

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012
6 PM - 9:30 PM
Evening Dinner Celebrating the 125th Anniversary
of the Formation of the Princeton Alumni Association of Trenton (now part of PA3)
and
the much awaited re-opening of the Cannon Club

Featuring musical performances by The Nassoons, the Princeton University Band, and talented graduate students.

Also, featuring talks by
Harold Shapiro *64, Princeton's 18th President (1988-2001), regarding climate and energy  
and
Gregg Lange '70, Master of Ceremonies of the one-and-only P-Rade and author of "Rally 'Round the Cannon" feature in the Princeton Alumni Weekly. 


In addition, Cannon's undergraduate officers will be providing tours of the club's renovations.  

This is a night not to be missed!   ***Only $45 for PA3 2011/12 dues payers and their guests.***

Free parking available behind Cannon Club (off of Ivy Lane).

Attire: dressy casual, orange always encouraged.

RSVP below:

 

Ticket Choices - Choose your rate, use your rate for your guests


Or mail a check payable to:
Princeton Area Alumni Association
c/o Fouad Masrieh *69
1009 Barclay Blvd.
Princeton, NJ 08540

Contact princetonareaalumni@gmail.com with questions.

Harold Shapiro Ph.D. *64, professor of economics and public affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School and president emeritus of Princeton University, has been awarded the Public Welfare Medal from the National Academy of Sciences - the Academy's most prestigious award that honors extraordinary use of science for the public good.
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125th Anniversary Dinner Event ( Saturday, March 3, 2012 - 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM )

Do not miss this once-in-lifetime event, featuring varied entertainment, delicious food, a beautiful setting, and good friends. Princeton's 18th President, Harold Shapiro *64, will speak.

Location: Cannon Club
Cost: only $45 for dues payers!
Organized by: princetonareaalumni@gmail.com

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PU Chapel Choir Concert

Milbank Memorial Concert
Saturday, April 21, 8 p.m.

Celebrating 20 Years of Chapel Music With Penna Rose
All-Night Vigil, Op. 37 by Sergei Rachmaninoff
and music of
 Chesnokov, Hogan, Tippett, Whitacre and Wilberg
Chapel Choir • Penna Rose, conductor
 
Admission free

The members of the chapel choir especially wanted to invite nearby alumni to their spring concert on April 21st in the Princeton chapel at 8:00 pm. This is a particularly special concert because they are celebrating our director, Penna Rose, and the twenty years that she has been directing the choir. Visit their website for more information: http://www.princetonchapelchoir.com/
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PU Chapel Choir Concert ( Saturday, April 21, 2012 - 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM )

Area alumni are invited to this free concert by the University Chapel Choir.

Location: PU Chapel
Cost: Free
Organized by: PU Chapel Choir

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Career Services Annual Nonprofit Career Fair - March 2, 2012

The Princeton University Office of Career Services would like to invite you and your organization to the Career Services 2012 Nonprofit Career Fair.  The Nonprofit Career Fair is designed to be a showcase for public sector organizations. Career Services invites your organization to come to Princeton to share information with current students about the rewards and challenges of working in the nonprofit field.

 Similar to a traditional career fair, you may wish to discuss potential job and internship opportunities available within your organization. Unlike a traditional career fair, you do not need to have a current opening to attend. The emphasis of this event is on creating networking opportunities for undergraduates and graduates, so they can make professional contacts and learn more about the wide-range of career options within the field.

 I hope you will join us this year! Please email Abbey Racelis at aracelis@princeton.edu with questions.

 Registration: http://www.experience.com/emp/cf_details?fhnd=5319


http://www.experience.com/emp/cf_details?fhnd=5319
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Career Services Annual Nonprofit Career Fair ( Friday, March 2, 2012 - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM )

The Office of Career Services would like to invite you and your organization to the Career Services 2012 Nonprofit Career Fair. The Nonprofit Career Fair is designed to be a showcase for public sector organizations. Career Services invites your organization to come to Princeton to share information with current students about the rewards and challenges of working in the nonprofit field.

Please email Abbey Racelis at aracelis@princeton.edu with questions.


Location: Frist Campus Center
Organized by: Office of Career Services

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Princeternship Program

Register today! Please fill out our online registration form.

* Deadline for March Princeternship hosts to register: Monday, January 23, 2012 *
 

What is the difference between a Princeternship and an internship?

Princeternships are short-term (1-3 contiguous days), offer no pay, and are hosted by alumni to help Princeton undergraduate students get the “feel” for a specific career field. Students are selected and matched by Career Services. Internships are longer term (from several weeks to a year), may involve pay, and provide a work function in support of the organization. Interns are selected and hired by the hosting organization.
 
What are the benefits of the Princeternship program to me and my organization?
 
The Princeternship Program gives alumni hosts the opportunity to connect with current Princeton undergraduates, gain access to potential summer interns and future employees, and increase student awareness of their career field and their organization. To learn more about the student benefits of the Princeternship program, please read their student blogs.
 
What does the Princeternship experience involve?
 
Princeternships usually last 1-2 days, but could last as long as 3 days. The student “shadows” the host through a typical day’s activities. A 1 day Princeternship might include meetings, informational discussions, and/or interviews with colleagues, tours of the organization, and general observation of business proceedings. Information from the students’ applications—including their areas of interest, academic major, and previous experience—can help in the structuring of individual Princeternship experiences.
 
When do the Princeternships take place?
 
The Princeternships will take place on the following dates:
     January 9 – 13, 2012 (Reading Period)
     January 30 – February 3, 2012 (Intercession Break)
     March 19 – 23, 2012 (Spring Break) 
 
Alumni will choose a 1-3 day period during one (or more) of these times. These opportunities will then be advertised to students.
 
When is the deadline to register?
 
The deadline to register for returning Princeternship hosts for the January Princeternships (Reading Period & Intercession Break) is October 7, 2011. The deadline to register for new Princeternship hosts for the January Princeternships (Reading Period & Intercession Break) is October 12, 2011. The deadline to register for March Princeternships (Spring Break) is January 23, 2012.
 
What type of work experience, job skills and other talents do students bring to the Princeternship?
 
Since the Princeternship Program is open to all undergraduates, your student could be a freshman with more limited work experience or a senior with more relevant experience. The required resume and statement of interest from the student will provide additional information to the host. However, the primary intent of this experience is for students to find out more about their career interests, so students will not be expected to be “equipped” with the necessary work experience and job skills.
 
What type of work will students do?
 
Students can assist with research, laboratory work, data analysis, and editing, just to name a few examples. They could also be asked to participate in planning and problem-solving sessions with their host and his/her staff or meet with staff from different departments within the organization. Some students may be assigned small projects, to be completed as part of a team effort or individually, during the course of their Princeternship.
 
Can I have more than one student per opportunity?
 
Yes, this is left to the discretion of the alumni hosts.
 
Am I responsible for the student’s housing, transportation or other expenses?
 
No, the student’s expenses are paid in full by the student.
 
How does the selection process work?
 
Career Services will review and match student applications for each Princeternship opportunity during November (for Reading Period and Intercession Break) and February (for Spring Break). Alumni and students will be notified of the placements by early December and early March, respectively.
 
How do I go about listing a Princeternship opportunity?
 
If you are interested in participating in the Princeternship Program, please fill out our online registration form link at the top of this page.  If you have further questions, please contact Lisa Bogdanski, Assistant Director for Student/Alumni Engagement Programs, at 609-258-8387 or lbogdans@princeton.edu.

Visit http://bit.ly/bYzaK7 for more information about the program, how to register, upcoming deadlines, and to read student blogs.
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Offer to host a Princeternship over Spring Break (March 19-23)! ( Monday, March 19, 2012 - 2:09 PM to Friday, March 23, 2012 - 2:09 PM )

The Princeternship program is an opportunity for alumni to host current students at their workplace for a one- to three-day externship experience to give them a “day in the life” perspective of your career, industry, and/or organization. This might include student participation in meetings, shadowing, demonstrations, Q&A sessions, case studies, and/or tours. Visit http://bit.ly/bYzaK7 for more information about the program, how to register, upcoming deadlines, and to read student blogs.
Deadline to volunteer is Jan 23, 2012.


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Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon


Dear Princeton Area Alumni who may also be interested in Wikipedia,

The Princeton University Archives at Mudd Manuscript Library is hosting a student-initiated Wiki-thon on Princeton topics on Saturday, 18 February 2012, 12:30 P.M.-4:00 P.M.  See the attached flyer for details and if you want to participate, email smiceli@princeton.edu by 2/15.

A Valentine for Princeton:

Show How Much You Love University History and Wikipedia!

The Princeton University Archives is hosting a Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon!

WHO: Interested University community members (undergraduates, graduate students,

professors, staff, community). Limited to

15 participants; please RSVP before

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

.

WHAT: Creating and expanding existing Wikipedia pages about Princeton’s presidents,

notable campus architecture, and other Princetoniana. Participants will set up individual

Wikipedia accounts, learn about the Wikipedian principles of neutrality and the structure

of online encyclopedia articles, and then apply this knowledge to create Wikipedia

articles.

WHEN: Saturday, 18 February 2012, 12:30 P.M.-4:00 P.M. Lunch and snacks will be

provided.

WHERE: Wiess Lounge, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library (next to Sherrerd Hall and

across from the Friend Center).

WHY: To show how much you want the world to know about Princeton and to learn

about Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia you consult for work and read for fun.

OTHER:

Please bring your laptop since you will be asked to create a Wikipedia

account if you do not already have an account (you are not required to have an account

before participating).

Please contact smiceli@princeton.edu with questions.

IMPORTANT: Please RSVP to smiceli@princeton.edu before Wednesday, 15

February 2012 because space is limited.


Sincerely yours,
Daniel J. Linke
University Archivist and Curator of Public Policy Papers
Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library
Princeton University
65 Olden Street
Princeton, NJ  08540
609-258-6345
http://www.princeton.edu/mudd/
http://blogs.princeton.edu/mudd/
http://blogs.princeton.edu/reelmudd/
http://blogs.princeton.edu/justrecords/
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Wikipedia Edit-a-thon ( Saturday, February 18, 2012 - 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM )

WHAT: Creating and expanding existing Wikipedia pages about Princeton’s presidents,
notable campus architecture, and other Princetoniana. Participants will set up individual
Wikipedia accounts, learn about the Wikipedian principles of neutrality and the structure
of online encyclopedia articles, and then apply this knowledge to create Wikipedia
articles.

Location: Wiess Lounge, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library (next to Sherrerd Hall)
Cost: Free
Organized by: Mudd Library and students

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