“At BIOS, I was with the students every day, whether in the classroom or in the water. I was also in charge of writing the lesson plans, having the students try them out, and then creating the final versions that will become part of the curriculum. Aside from snorkeling and scuba diving, our students expanded their knowledge of the oceanic environment. It was challenging and exciting in that I knew very little about Bermuda, the reefs and the incredible aquatic life in the area. I learned a lot about the current environmental issues.”
Josh Collins ’17 at the Curtis Institute of Music.
Marta Cabral ’16 at BIOS in Bermuda.
Michael Kosk ’16 at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.
Chiamaka Onwuzulike ’16 at My Friend’s Place in Los Angeles.
Pooja Pendri, Boston Children’s Hospital 2013
Cameron Bell, Epiphany School 2013
PICS intern BBQ in Washington DC, hosted by Alumni Partners Anne and Bill Charrier.
Kristiana Barbato ’15 at the Washington University School of Medicine.
Dylan Larson-Konar at the Quebec Labrador Foundation.
Cordelia Xie ’16 at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.
Jonece Layne ’16 at Children’s National Medical Center.
Victoria Su ’15 at Scholar Academies.
Alumni Council Award for Community Service, Reunions 2013 accepted by board members Chuck Freyer ’69, Bill Charrier ’69, Jim Gregoire ’69, Rick Kitto ’69, Jim Floyd ’69, Eve Lesser ’77, & Sue McSorley ’77
Marta Cabral, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences 2013
Amanda Santillo, Supportive Housing Network of New York 2013
Audrey Meng, Children’s National Medical Center 2013
Descanso Gardens 2013
Emilee Tu ’16 at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Carla Javier ’15 at WLRN in Miami.
Joe LoPresti at the Federal Energy Regulatory Co mmission in Washington DC.
Jabari Johnson ’16 at AAMC.
Children’s National Medical Center Interns 2013
Justin Murphy ’15 at the National Children’s Research Center in Dublin, Ireland.
Kate Boyer ’16, Tennessee Justice Center 2013
Max Skelly, CATA 2013
DC 2013 interns at a BBQ hosted by Bill and Anne Charrier ’69, s’69.
PICS was established by Princeton University Alumni in the belief that community service is essential to the welfare of society and inspired by the rich tradition of Princeton and Princetonians "in the Nation's Service and in the Service of All Nations."