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.
Undergraduate students in Dr. Aaron Shkuda's "Wall Street and Silicon Valley: Place in the American Economy" course collaborated with Tim Evans, Director of Research at New Jersey Future in Spring 2022 to analyze reasons why the number of young adults age 25 to 44 is declining in the state while increasing nationwide. Students posit that the…
ProCES is proud to award this year's Dean Hank Dobin Prize in Community-Engaged Independent Work. The prize is presented to students whose outstanding thesis best engages a community audience, whether through extensive research, policy recommendations, or new…
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.