In the spirit of "Princeton in the Nation's service" and “in the service of all nations,” Princeton ReachOut has been committed to civic engagement since 1991. Princeton ReachOut was formed with the notion that Princeton's Class of 1956 (and more recently, the classes of 1981 and 2006) should dedicate itself in significant measure to helping not-for-profit organizations in ventures of social value.

Thanks to the trans-generational efforts of Princeton's Classes of '56, '81 and '06, there has been a steady increase in the programs offered by ReachOut and its financial support of projects with social impact.


Princeton ReachOut offers of variety of hands-on mentoring initiatives for alumni and undergraduates within disadvantaged high schools in both New York City and Trenton, NJ. including student volunteer advising weeks during university breaks, virtual enterprise mentoring, and photography workshops. For more details, click here

ReachOut Fellowships enable recent graduates to pursue a public service project for the year after graduation. See Reachout fellows here

ReachOut sponsors the social entrepreneurship track of TigerLaunch, the annual business plan competition for undergraduates, providing prizes, mentoring and financial support to young entrepreneurs developing ventures with social impact. For more information, click here

ReachOut programs depend on financial and volunteer support from alumni of the classes of 1956, 1981 and 2006. 

ReachOut In The News

 April 4th, 2014 - April 5th 2014  TigerLaunch