Beginning in January 2020, the John H. Pace, Jr. '39 Center for Civic Engagement will once again host Princeton University’s annual Month of Service. Intended to provide all members of the Princeton community with the opportunity to engage with service activities both on and off campus, Month of Service is open to staff, faculty, students, and alumni, and will include a wide range of different service events.
The Pace Center will hold service workshops, direct service opportunities, and reflection sessions from January 7-31, 2020 so that all can learn how to serve effectively, work to make real changes with local communities, and come together to process and discuss their service and its ramifications.
“Month of Service is a unique way for the entire Princeton University community to be in ‘the service of humanity’ together,” said Kimberly de los Santos, the John C. Bogle ’51 and Burton G. Malkiel *64 Executive Director of the Pace Center. “Being service-minded is an important part of who we are as Princetonians. Doing service together this month reminds us of that. We’re so grateful to our community partners who have worked with us to provide such a range of service opportunities.”