Living the Nonlinear Life: An AlumniCorps Symposium

Meet Princeton alumni who have pursued public interest careers and volunteer opportunities, learn how to follow your own path to social impact, and connect with others who share your commitment to service.

Building the Bridge to Your Next Opportunity

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014
10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
Abramson Family Founders Room, School of International Service
American University, Washington, DC

Free and open to the public. Coffee & light breakfast provided.
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here to register by April 29. Registration is required.

Princeton AlumniCorps invites you to join us for a networking breakfast and conversation featuring Marci Alboher, author of the Encore Career Handbook.

·         Are you looking to use your skills for a cause you care about?

·         Do you want to explore opportunities in the non-profit/public interest world?

·         Are you in career transition, out of work, retired, or taking time out for family?

Connect with pro bono projects in the nonprofit sector through AlumniCorps’ ARC Innovators Program. Representatives from a diverse range of nonprofit organizations who are looking for your skill set will be at the event. Use this networking opportunity and conversation to learn from others who are devoting their time and talent to make a difference.

Featuring a conversation with Marci Alboher, author of The Encore Career Handbook & VP,, a national nonprofit promoting second acts for the greater good.

Panelists include:

·      Tina Sung '71, Vice President at the Partnership for Public Service and founder of Experi­ence Matters: the Executive Transition Experts.

·      Hilary Joel '85, Executive Coach and Founding Principal of WJ Consulting

·      Grif Johnson '72, Board Chair of Wilderness Leadership Learning (WILL), ARC Innovator and attorney

Sponsored jointly by Princeton AlumniCorps,, and the Class of ’71 Legacy Initiative. Please contact with any questions.