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Founded in 1989 by Princeton’s Class of ’55, Princeton AlumniCorps supports community organizations committed to building a more just, equitable and sustainable society by developing and engaging young leaders and professionals of all ages to advance social change.
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Executive Director Job Description
Princeton AlumniCorps is looking for a new Executive Director!
For over thirty years, Princeton AlumniCorps has supported community organizations committed to building a more just, equitable and sustainable society by developing and engaging young leaders and professionals of all ages to advance social change. Find out how our key programs—Project 55 Fellowships and Emerging Leaders—are advancing real social change.
Our flagship Project 55 Fellowship places recent graduates at nonprofit organizations working towards systemic change. Program alumni now number more than 1,900 and have served at nearly 500 nonprofits across the country. The Project 55 Fellowship provides exceptional and passionate talent nonprofits so desperately need.
Emerging Leaders is designed to propel aspiring nonprofit leaders forward in their careers and address the growing leadership deficit that the sector faces. Our Emerging Leaders program provides those talented professionals working in the sector with the leadership development they need to succeed.
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