PCW Programs and Interest Groups
The Princeton Club of Washington offers a broad range of programs and activities for members.
Get involved today by emailing the PCW Council for information about your specific interests.
- Happy hours
- Speaker events
- Princeton Faculty events
- Museum tours
- Ivy Social Club events
- Triangle Show
The Community Service Committee of the Princeton Club of Washington aims to engage alumni in community service. Partnering with local non-profits, we try to provide opportunities for members to contribute time, expertise or resources.
The Princeton Club of Washington’s Recent Alumni group is dedicated to planning events, social gatherings, and fun activities for alumni in our region who graduated within the last five years. You can also stay connected with recent alumni in the DMV through the Princeton Recent Alumni Facebook Group.
Alumni Schools Committee
Princeton Alumni Schools (ASC) committees aim to offer every applicant an interview with a Princeton graduate. Each year Tiger alums interview virtually every candidate (usually around 1,200 in total) who apply from the D.C., Northern Virginia and Maryland regions. The interviews supply a personal perspective that can help Admissions form a fuller understanding of the applicant that supplements the small mountain of information the applicants submit directly to Admissions. Most ASC volunteers interview two or three candidates a year. On behalf of these deserving young people and on behalf of Princeton, please consider stepping up to help us reach our goal of interviewing each applicant. Interviews are typically held in November (Early Action) or January and February (Regular Decision). You can sign up to be an alumni interview on the Princeton Alumni website here.
The DC Committee of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations welcomes volunteers from the Princeton community in the DMV to our regional committee. The Prize recognizes high school-age students who significantly engage and challenge their schools or communities to advance racial equity in order to promote respect and understanding among all people. The winner from the region receives $1,000 cash award and participates in an annual symposium on race at Princeton University. For more information visit pprize.princeton.edu.
The work of the regional committee includes spreading awareness of the prize to regional high schools and organizations throughout the fall, reviewing applications in February to select the regional winner, and planning a local recognition ceremony scheduled in the spring. The committee welcomes contributions from all, but is especially in need of those with a passion for event planning, social media and communications.
Please email email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering.
Princeton Women’s Network
The Princeton Women's Network (PWN) is a dedicated community that focuses on and supports Princeton women in their personal and professional lives.
If you are interested in getting involved with PWN event planning, please email PWN in DC.