By Bina Peltz / NJ.com PRINCETON — Students at Princeton University have mentored inmates at New Jersey correctional facilities and worked to advocate prison reform throughout the state. This weekend they are launching their first conference on prison reform. “This is the biggest civil rights issue that I can think of at this time, and
Princeton University is a very prestigious, well-known and highly respected learning establishment. An off-shoot from Princeton is the Pace Center for Civic Engagement which supports efforts by undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni to become engaged citizens and to help address issues of public concern. The goal is to build stronger communities and societies through the world.
There are several aspects to the Pace Center which provide opportunities to the above mentioned in direct volunteer services, political action, public service internship and volunteer teaching and tutoring.