Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES)

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. 


Community Leader behind laptop discussing content of screen with student.


Between Rap and Medicine: A Conversation with PJ Sin Suela

Oct 3, 2022, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm   |   216 Aaron Burr Hall

PJ Sin Suela (born Born Pedro Juan Vázquez Bragan) is a local doctor and one of Puerto Rico’s most exciting rappers. After caring for patients during Hurricane Maria and Covid-19, he is back on the road, with shows in the US and a first major concert in…

Screening of student films exploring Trenton history

Tuesday · 27 September 2022 · 6:30 PM
Trenton Circus Squad · 635 South Clinton Avenue · Trenton
Free and Open to the Public!

This summer, six student filmmakers working with The Trenton Project produced a film about Janet Wide Awake…

for Faculty

Professor talking with student at Medical Humanities Fair

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.

for Students

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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

Community leader talking with student.

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.