Programs Overview

Engage at every age . . .

Princeton AlumniCorps programs engage alumni of all ages in a suite of activities that build their civic leadership skills while also contributing to the collective capacity of organizations and communities to address social issues. Through an arc of opportunities beginning with the first year out of college and continuing to later in life when alumni are looking to put their skills and experience to work in new ways, AlumniCorps provides formative experiences, training, community, and support. While some of our programs are oriented specifically to alumni of Princeton University, others are open to all. In each instance, we seek not only to train talented individuals to be more effective civic leaders, no matter their career, but to inspire others to do the same.

Current Programs

For more information about our current programs, please visit the pages below. 

The Princeton Project 55 Fellowship Program provides recent Princeton graduates with formative experiences working in the public interest, instilling in all fellows a greater awareness of critical social issues, a deeper understanding of their capacity to bring about change, and a lifelong commitment to civic engagement.

The Emerging Leaders professional development program mobilizes young alumni from many different institutions who have committed to a career in the nonprofit or public interest sector. 

ARC Innovators engages experienced Princeton alumni to apply their expertise with our nonprofit partner organizations and complete short-term impactful projects.