Roc2Change acknowledges the 2020 Rochester Area Applicants, including Rochester's 2020 Princeton Prize winner Chantel McCrea from East Rochester High School.
East Rochester High School Senior Chantel McCrea has been honored by Princeton University for her dedication and work toward racial equity in the East Rochester community.
Calvin Bell '20 was recognized for his senior capstone project, The Impact of Community Engagement on the Rates of Violence in the City of Camden.
Congratulations to Elizabeth Metz, who was awarded the Princeton Prize in Race Relations from members of its board, comprised of prestigious Princeton alumni.
West Orange High School senior Darlene Folas has been awarded the prestigious Princeton Prize in Race Relations along with a select group of students nationally. Folas was recognized for her volunteer activities to advance racial equity and understanding in her school and the West Orange community.
AUM Foundation is excited to announce that our Pathway 2 Success program participant, Sarah Arafat is the first winner in the Huntsville/Madison area, of the prestigious Princeton Award.
Sarah Arafat has won the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. Sarah is the prestigious award's first winner in the Huntsville/Madison area.
The Princeton Prize in Race Relations committee was very impressed with Nick's initiative and dedication for promoting positive race relations, equity and understanding through the non-profit organization that he spearheaded at Central, called "B.Y.E. (Black, Young and Educated)."
Princeton Club of Chicago recognizes local Chicagoland area high school students who have had a significant positive impact through volunteerism on race relations in their schools or communities
The Central/Souther NJ Committee for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes its award winners.