Programs and Events
Kristin Appelget Civic Engagement Student Awards Program
The Kristin Appelget Civic Engagement Student Awards Program is named for the former CEO & President of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and its Foundation who served from 2003-2006. The annual award honors young people who have made outstanding contributions to their communities by working or volunteering through civic, school, religious, political and other organizations.
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation annually honors up to five students currently attending high school in the Princeton region, including public and private school students and home-schooled students.
The Princeton Region, as defined for this student awards program, includes the municipalities of Allentown, Cranbury, East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton, Hightstown, Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township, Kingston, Lawrence, Montgomery, Pennington, Plainsboro, Princeton Borough, Princeton Township, Robbinsville, Rocky Hill, Skillman, South Brunswick, Trenton, Upper Freehold and West Windsor.
The Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Foundation seeks to reinforce the goals of civic engagement and civic participation by acknowledging the contributions of young people. The Foundation seeks nominations and applications from high school juniors who have made a significant contribution to their communities, have evidenced leadership in their civic activities and have demonstrated a sustained commitment to their communities.
2011 Awards sponsored by:
The deadline for the 2011 awards is Friday, April 8, 4:00 pm EST.
Winners of 2010 Kristin Appelget Civic Engagement Student Awards were: