Our Programs

 

Better Together: A Social Capital Initiative

People in central New Jersey are better educated, more racially and ethnically diverse, and have higher incomes than national averages — key components for community involvement. But they are no more likely than their national counterparts to be engaged in civic activities despite average work and commute times that are two hours less per week than the national average, according to a groundbreaking new survey of the region.   More info...

 

Educator’s Institute

In today’s competitive workplace environment it is more important than ever for individuals joining the workforce to be well-trained, well informed and educated. Thus, this important institute program has been developed for secondary level educators who are teaching the workforce of tomorrow. The Foundation works diligently throughout the year to create programs and to encourage business/education partnerships that achieve this goal.   More info...

 

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.   More info...

 

The Leadership Forum

Since its inception in 1996, the Leadership Forum Series has presented 30 forums. Tyco International has been the presenting sponsor of the Leadership Forum series since 2005.   More info...



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