Bringing Community Expertise, Knowledge + Voice to Campus — Community Partners-in-Residence
Service and civic engagement are grounded in the formation of equitable and authentic relationships, both on and off Princeton University’s campus and partners are an integral part of what makes service meaningful at Princeton. To continue to elevate the expertise, knowledge, and voices of community leaders, the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement is seeking to hire two Community Partners-in-Residence for 2022.
Community Partners-in-Residence are co-educators in service and civic engagement. They work closely with Pace Center staff, students, and campus and community partners to support and strengthen relationships, elevate community knowledge, and develop resources around campus-community partnerships. The Community Partner-in-Residence role is flexible and usually includes holding office hours for students and campus partners, participating in relevant working groups with Pace Center staff, and developing resources such as workshops, training modules, and manuals to support best practices related to areas of expertise and campus-community partnerships.
About the positions:
- The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is seeking two Community Partners-in-Residence, one to represent the Princeton community, and one to represent the Trenton community in Mercer County, NJ.
- The position is 10-15 hours per week and spans both the spring (March-June) and fall (September-December) of 2022.
- The role may include some nights and weekends and includes opportunities for professional development.
- Learn more about past Community Partners-in-Residence.
How to apply:
- Community members with experience with community-focused programs, supporting volunteers, maintaining relationships, and collaborating with a variety of stakeholders are encouraged to submit their resume and cover letter to apply by Monday, February 14.
- Interviews will take place as early as the week of February 21.