Princeton AlumniCorps has nearly 2,000 program alumni, 200 volunteers, and a network of nearly 600 nonprofit partner organizations. We mobilize people, organizations, and networks for the public good. Here, we share stories that show our network at work.
January 31, 2018
Shared Effort (Winter 2018) - Emerging Leaders Profile
An update on May Mark, EL ’14 – ’15
Two years ago we profiled May Mark, an alumna of the ’14 – ’15 Emerging Leaders cohort in NYC (pictured below). May had just relocated to the Bay Area from New York City. When May decided to move on from the tech startup that she joined, she turned to the AlumniCorps network to help her learn more about opportunities in the Bay Area. Click here to read the profile, and join our mailing list here to receive it in your inbox.
January 8, 2018
Former Project 55 Fellow Chris Mallette ’93 was featured on 60 Minutes on January 7
Chris is the Executive Director of the Chicago Violence Reduction Strategy, part of the National Network for Safe Communities. View the coverage on CBS News here, and see a transcript of the entire segment here.
AlumniCorps’ Annual Report 2016 -17 features profile of Anne Stahel w’55, Founder of the Lewis Award for Excellence in Teaching
Anne still remembers how impacted her late husband, Edward Stahel, II ’55 was by the class of ’55 mini-reunion dinner in 1989 that ignited Princeton Project 55: “Its concept and potential struck such an interest in him that Ed and I attended his 35th reunion in 1990 –so the only reunion he ever a ended. Six weeks later, Ed died of a heart attack.” On page 9 of the Annual Report read about how Anne served on Princeton AlumniCorps’ board, and founded the Lewis Award, a “direct descendant” of Princeton Project 55. You can read the 2016-17 Annual Report in online magazine format by clicking the thumbnail below. Learn more about the Lewis Award on their website here.
December 20, 2017
Freshman Seminar Investigates the Social Determinants of Health in conjunction with UMHA
Kimme Carlos, AlumniCorps Office Administrator and volunteer Executive Director of the Urban Mental Health Alliance – UMHA, worked with the students of Princeton University‘s freshman seminar FRS 165 to explore the social determinants of health. See the resulting poster about recognizing mental health in an urban setting. Read the full study here, and click the thumbnail below to see the full sized poster.