The Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) is an academic program that connects the curriculum with Princeton's signature commitment to service. It fosters collaborative, change-oriented projects of an intellectual nature that benefit students, faculty members, and community partners.
On September 27, 2022, The Trenton Project: What’s in a Name and Encounters with the Archives screening took place inside an airy, well-lit warehouse that previously housed one of Trenton’s many factories producing essential raw materials for bridges. Currently a community venue for hosting workshops and events, the warehouse is a wide…
ProCES is delighted to co-sponsor Lewis Center for the Arts-hosted performances by award-winning movement artist Kayla Hamilton and x, a TRANSdisciplinary artist and teaching artist at Mark Morris Dance Center. Princeton Arts Fellow Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez, a…
Community-engaged teaching can enhance student learning, communicate disciplinary knowledge to the broader public, and equip students to be service-oriented scholars and leaders. ProCES resources make it easy to teach a service-oriented course.
Do you want to make a difference? From your first semester at Princeton through your senior thesis, ProCES can help you. Find service courses, internships, and funding for community-engaged independent work.
for Community Partners
ProCES works with a wide range of community partners in the Princeton-Trenton area and beyond to serve the needs of organizations while providing meaningful learning experiences for students.