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Twenty-eight Princeton Students Named 2018 Bogle Fellows in Civic Service

May 24th, 2018

 

Princeton’s Pace Center for Civic Engagement has named 28 first-year students from across the world as John C. Bogle ’51 Fellows in Civic Service for 2018.

The Bogle Fellowship, now in its third year, offers first- year students the opportunity to develop a service or civic engagement-related project or internship and directly connect that summer experience to their academic work or career interests. All Bogle Fellows are a part of Service Focus, the new University program bridging service and learning across the first two years of the undergraduate experience.

This year’s cohort represents the breadth of service at Princeton. Fellows will be interning with political leaders in Washington, D.C., exploring urban development in Cincinnati, studying the impact of gentrification in Princeton, and more. Bogle Fellows explore and address issues they have identified in society through a variety of approaches, such as policy, advocacy, research, direct service or community activism. 

To read more about this year's Bogle Fellowship, click here.

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