AlumniCorps Call to Action

Princeton AlumniCorps (formerly Project 55) is looking for volunteers in the Washington, DC, area to lead and support our local programs.

With the start of the New Year, learn how you can

put their skills to work with Princeton AlumniCorps!


 Care to join a cross-generational team committed to making a difference?


Interested in building the leadership potential of other Princetonians?


Want to contribute your skills to the nonprofit sector in DC while connecting with alums?


Princeton AlumniCorps (formerly Project 55) is looking for volunteers in the Washington, DC, area to lead and support our three local programs. For the past 25 years, AlumniCorps has helped recent Princeton graduates develop their leadership potential with challenging, paid, public interest fellowships with nonprofit organizations around the United States. Thanks to the work of dedicated volunteers, our programming and volunteer opportunities now allow all Princeton alumni to engage at every age. As a volunteer-led organization, we provide alumni with opportunities, training, and support needed to put their energies to work addressing significant social issues.  


To build on AlumniCorps’ record of impact in Washington, DC, we are putting out a “call to action” to alumni with a range of experience levels in the DC area. We thank the DC alumni who responded in December. Due to the holidays, many requested a re-broadcast of the email. Specifically, we are looking for Princeton Club of Washington members to get involved with AlumniCorps in the following ways:


1)       Support the Project 55 Fellowship Program by helping coordinate speakers and seminars, reach out to partner organizations, guide and mentor recent graduates, and help to shape the PP55 program in DC.

2)      Help plan an AlumniCorps 25th anniversary event in DC in spring of 2015. This is your opportunity to connect deserving organizations in Washington, DC, with a pipeline of qualified, trained, and emerging leaders who will help build their organization’s capacity.

3)      Support the ARC Innovators Program by reaching out to partner organizations and identifying experienced alums ready to complete a skills-based pro bono project.

4)       Become an ARC Innovator by completing one of our short-term existing pro bono projects with a DC-area nonprofit that has a documented need for your skills and experience.

If you would like to learn more about how to use your skills and strengths to make a meaningful difference with Princeton AlumniCorps, please contact Frank Cruz, Volunteer Coordinator.  You can also request more information or note your interest by 
clicking on these words to complete a brief online form.

In Community,

Frank Cruz ‘89

Volunteer Coordinator