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PRINCETON INTERNSHIPS in CIVIC SERVICE Inspiring a lifelong commitment to service

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Annual Report

2016


During 2016, PICS Interns were placed at 115 organizations in 21 different U.S. states and in 5 different countries throughout the world! Many of these organizations were founded or staffed by Princeton alumni.

By the numbers... In 2016, 588 students applied for PICS internships. Of the applicants, 21% were juniors, 45% were sophomores, and 34% were freshmen. 162 students were placed in internships, a 40% increase from 2015. “I am so lucky to be able to say that PICS, more than anything else, defined my time at Princeton. My internship with Slavic Village Development in 2013 sparked an interest in public health and civic service, and helped set me on a path to pursue a career in medicine. My time as SAC Board Chair made me a better leader and team member, and I hope that I can apply the many, many lessons I learned through PICS as I prepare to enter medical school later this year.” – Sanjay Rao’16, with (l-r) PICS Board members Delphine Slotten ’15, Shirley Wu ’15 and Sue McSorley ’77

Dedication to Service

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The Year in Review Dear Friends and Fellow Supporters of PICS, PICS has now successfully completed its 20th year of operations, and this milestone invites a quick look at the organization and the legacy it is building. Doing so, it quickly becomes clear that ‘LOVE’ is no exaggeration when describing the regard in which PICS is held by so many constituencies. ‘Love’ in the non-profit world translates as the commitment of a person’s time, talent and treasure to the success of an organization, and PICS enjoys such ‘love’ in abundance. Everyone at PICS is mission driven: •

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It all starts with our Executive Director Jeri Schaefer who works 24/7 to enhance the experiences shared by our student interns and our community partners, and who has built close personal relationships with the literally hundreds of community and alumni partners that comprise the program; Our volunteer Board—I’ve served on many non-profit boards, but I have never seen any in which every Board member is as active, energized and generous with time, talent and dollars as the PICS Board; The Student Advisory Council—current Princeton students who are former PICS interns volunteering an enormous amount of their time to publicizing and helping administer the program—all of whom will tell you they love to give a little back for all the program did for them; The Office of Career Services under the dynamic Pulin Sanghvi, who shares our dedication to put careers in service among the top considerations for graduating Princeton seniors, and whose staff provides key support to the program; Our Alumni Partners who each summer meet with and support the PICS interns serving in their home towns, and often end up life-long mentors and friends to them; Finally there are our many, many generous financial supporters all across the country and abroad, without whom none of this would be possible.

Chuck Freyer ’69

Jeri Schaefer

So if you don’t ‘LOVE’ PICS, you must not yet know it. To remedy that, we wholeheartedly invite you to join the PICS family as an alumni partner, regional advocate, internship sponsor, member of a Board committee, donor, or in any other capacity that appeals to you. I can assure you that you will never regret it, and that the experience of working with and supporting our young Princeton interns will be one of the most rewarding experiences you could ever have.

Jeri Schaefer, Executive Director

Chuck Freyer ’69, Chairman of the Board

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About PICS

PICS placed students in internships in over 30 cities in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Bermuda, and France.

OUR MISSION To develop and support, through active alumni involvement, paid summer internships in civic service for Princeton undergraduates that positively impact the public interest and result in the personal growth of the students themselves.

OUR VISION To expand the PICS program to serve more Princeton students, exposing them to the rewards and challenges of careers in the nonprofit sector, and promoting their continuing commitment to public service whatever their eventual career choices may be.

Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) provides the opportunity for students to explore potential careers in public service and the nonprofit sector during eight-to-ten week paid summer internships, where Princeton alumni serve as mentors. The internships encompass a wide range of endeavors in domestic and international nonprofit organizations. Students work in group advocacy, legal services, public policy, the environment, health and social services, community development, education, and the arts. PICS is a multi-class nonprofit organization whose mission is supported by Princeton alumni, clubs, and associations. Since its start in 1996 as the Class of 1969 Community Service Fund, PICS has placed close to 1000 undergraduate interns with hundreds of nonprofit organizations. PICS partners with Princeton University Career Services to expand the internship opportunities available for students.*

Dr. Martin Eichelberger ’67 and DC Interns

2016 interns at a barbecue hosted by J. William & Anne S. Charrier ’69 & H’69

*PICS has also provided seed grants to: Engineers Without Borders (Princeton Chapter); Princeton in Africa; Princeton in Asia (Southeast Asia Program); Princeton in Latin America; Princeton University Class of 1995 Summer Service Fund; and the Princeton University Summer Journalism Program.


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An Unforgettable Experience

America Scores Boston “Their mission statement is a good example of how much they incorporate social change and education in their organization: to inspire Boston youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the workplace.”

Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Garden “I think my internship experience was both socially and educationally enriching. I made wonderful connections with my colleagues, learned about and participated in museum work, all in the service of the general public that visits the Huntington.”

Siloam Family Health Center “The greatest strength of Siloam is its staff and community. Because the clinic is quite small and serves a relatively small demographic (the uninsured/refugees), the community is very tight-knit and extremely welcoming. In terms of non-profit healthcare, Siloam is truly exceptional.”

-MacLean Collins’18

-Jacqueline Gufford ’17

-David Lind’18

Internship supported by Nicole & David Chang

Internship supported by Paul Haaga, Jr. ’70

Internship supported by the Princeton University Center for Health & Wellbeing


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Service in the Communities Every Hand Joined

Intern: Kyle Lang ’19 “Kyle was a remarkable addition to our team. He worked to make sure that he understood the team dynamics and how he could add to our team. He is incredibly bright. And confident. He’s a great communicator. He demonstrated a maturity well beyond his years. If I could, I would love to have him as a permanent member of our team! ”

Arm in Arm

(formerly Crisis Ministry of Mercer County)

Intern: Magdalena Stankowska ’18 “Having Magda on board with Arm in Arm was so rewarding. From her very first day with us, she stepped up to new challenges with grace and enthusiasm. Thank you, Magda and PICS, for your remarkable contributions in the community!”

2016 Community Partners 92Y Ada S. McKinley Community Services America SCORES Boston American Antiquarian Society Arm in Arm (formerly Crisis Ministry of Mercer County, Inc.) Ascend Learning Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) Association of American Medical Colleges B-SAFE (Bishop’s Summer Academic & Fun Enrichment) Program Baker Industries BIOS (Bermuda Institute for Ocean Sciences) Boston Children’s Hospital Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Breakthrough Miami CATA (The Farmworker Support Committee) Center for Child and Family Achievement Center for Jewish History Center for Supportive Schools Chicago Children’s Museum Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Children’s National Health System, Nursing Children’s National Health System, PR & Marketing Children’s National Health System, Surgery Children’s National Health System, The Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation Children’s National Health System, Volunteer Services Children’s Scholarship Fund City of Homestead Climate Central Climate Foundation Community Access Community Preservation Corporation Covenant House New Jersey Curtis Institute of Music Decanso Gardens Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Juvenile Division Epiphany School Every Hand Joined

Epiphany School Every Hand Joined Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Federal Trade Commission Field Museum Harlem RBI Hôpital d’enfants de la Timone Hudson River Healthcare Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens Isles Jumpstart for Young Children KCRW Lawyers For Children Lea Rowing Club Legacies of War Legal Services of New Jersey Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Make the Road New Jersey MDS Foundation MedStar Health Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Montefiore-Einstein Center for Bioethics Montefiore-Einstein Center for Cancer Care Montefiore Health System - Network Performance Group Montefiore Health System - Planning Dept. Museum of Chinese in America My Friend’s Place National Children’s Research Centre National Institutes of Health National Museum of American Jewish History National Network to End Domestic Violence Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County NatureBridge New York Artists Equity Association New York City Center New York Presbyterian Hospital New York Public Library North Star Academy Office of State Senator Heather Steans ’85

Office of Congressman Jared Polis ’96 Office of Congressman John P. Sarbanes ’84 Office of Congressman Ken Buck ’81 Office of Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman One Heartland Opera Philadelphia Policy Matters Ohio Poverty & Race Research Action Council Princeton University Summer Journalism Program Princeton-Blairstown Center Quebec-Labrador Foundation Results for Development (R4D) Santa Monica Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group Scholar Academies Seattle Children’s Hospital Siloam Family Health Center Smile Train Springboard Collaborative StoryCorps Supportive Housing Network of New York Tennessee Justice Center The Brookings Institution The Generation Connection The Resource Foundation The SEED School of Miami Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of NY U.S. Forest Service uAspire UMOJA Development Corporation University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center University of Virginia School of Medicine USDA Forest Service - Southern Research Station Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute Voices of Community Activists and Leaders (VOCAL-NY) Wake Forest School of Medicine Wellness in the Schools (WITS) Western Connecticut Council of Governments WLRN News


Making a Difference

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Student Breakdown: Sarah Cho’18

New York Artists Equity Association “Sarah contributed to all aspects of the organization, in particular with increasing substantially our website content (interviews with artists, resources for artists, artist opportunities) and our social media presence. I also appreciated her perspective as a young artist/ curator/art historian.

Policy Matters Ohio “We were thrilled to have Brandon on the Policy Matters team as our second PICS intern! We were so impressed by Brandon’s resume, as well as his PICS interview that we knew immediately we couldn’t have just one! His performance and preparation to his work did not let us down. Brandon approached all of his work with energy, enthusiasm, and was definitely a team leader in many aspects of our office. We are thankful to PICS for allowing us to have both Marcia Brown and Brandon McGhee at our office this summer.”

– Cynthia Connolly Resource Development Manager Brandon McGhee ’18

“I was very impressed with Sarah’s judgment and maturity. She was always eager to jump in on any project and was a valuable contributor to all aspects of the organization.” – Melinda Wang ’99

Executive Director


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Our Amazing 2016 Interns…

Ascend Learning “Miriam, my alumni partner, pushed me to create specific action steps for my career plans next year. She was also so great about discussing any of my concerns, from the tiny (how to ask for a day off) to the enormous (the impact of racial dynamics on teaching). I’m lucky to have had her support!”

-Zeena Mubarak ’17

(Alumni partner Miriam Kuritzkes ’10)

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission “Having an alumni partner is a great resource as you start off having a shared commonality to bond over. I feel lucky to not only be paired with an alumni partner but to also be able to work directly with that partner. Commissioner LaFleur has been an awesome role model and has encouraged me to make the most of this experience. ”

-Samantha Walter ’17

(Alunmi partner Cheryl LaFleur ’75) My Friend’s Place “Having an alumni partner has been a remarkable experience. Mr. Haaga has shown a great deal of compassion for the interns, introducing us to various people and opening up incredible opportunities. His presence is especially impactful for me, given that this summer marks my first trip to California, making his advice invaluable. I think the most rewarding aspect of this partnership is the fact that he actually helps directly with some of the field trips I organize. Without his support, I literally would not be able to do as much within my internship as I now have the freedom to do.”

-Tyler Bozeman’18

(Alumni partner Paul Haaga ’70) Hôpital d’enfants de la Timone “One of the great benefits of this internship position is that it allowed me to engage fully in the day-to-day life and operations of a pediatric surgical department. I felt that I was truly a part of the team of surgeons, residents, nurses and secretaries. My alumni partner was very kind and invited us to an event she was hosting. In addition, I learned a great amount about the French healthcare system that could only be done through an internship such as this.”

-Imani Williams ’18 (Alumni partner Ayn Lever ’88)


PICS Volunteers!

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Did You Know?

• PICS has a Student Advisory Council board that provides volunteer hours • We had 3 Alumni volunteers help with Grant Reviews for 2016 (reviewed 2017 program and wrap 2016) • We also have Alumni volunteers that join the board to help interview student applicants in January. There were five volunteers in FY 2016 who volunteered between 5-8 hours each • We had 119 Alumni Partners who volunteered to “mentor” the interns in the 2016 internship program. There were 103 non-board Alumni Partners in 2016

PICS Student Advisory Council member Fares Marayati ’19, shown staffing internship recruitment table at Frist Center, Fall 2016

Thank you to our 2016 Alumni Partners Harry Aldrich ’82 Allyson Alimansky ’96 Bob Axelrod ’69 Terrence Ayala ’81 Nina Bang-Jensen ’77 L. Cole Barfield ’03 Henry Barmeier ’10* Bill Benjamin ’69 John Berger ’74 Ralph Binder ’70 Gordon Bonnyman ’69 Marc Brahaney ’77 Jess Brondo Davidoff ’04 Ken Buck ’81 Robert Burkhardt ’62 Tom Byrne ’76 Zeit Cai ’13

Anne Charrier H ’69 Bill Charrier ’69 Christine Chen ’97 Peter Cohen ’70 Michael Cunningham ’77 Shantayanan Devarajan ’75 Marc Diamond ’87 Nancy Easton ’88 Rich Edwards ’69 Marty Eichelberger ’67 John Evanko ’91 Courtney Everson ’03* Robert Falk ’85 Gwen Feder ’78 Alan Fine ’79 Jay Finkelstein ’75 Lauren Fisher ’74

Jessica Flugge ’98* Joan Foot S ’69 Buck Foot ’69 Claus Frank ’69 Chuck Freyer ’69 Hope Glassberg ’11 Michael Gummeson ’78 Paul Haaga ’70 Paul Hanle ’69 James Hartling ’69 Sara Hastings ’09 Emily Henkelman ’04 Bruce Hillman ’69 Steve Houck ’69 Charlene Huang Olson ’88 Matthew Jacobs ’77 Colleen Kelly ’77 Jim Killinger ’95 Meredith Kimball ’07 Rick Kitto ’69 Bon Ku G ’09 Katie Kuga Wenner ’04 Miriam Kuritzkes ’10 Cheryl LaFleur ’75 Rick Lapidus ’98 Heather Lapidus Glass ’96 Dawn Leaness ’06* Ann Lee Steinberg ’07* Ayn Lever ’88 Emily Lewis Penn ’77 Nina Lightdale ’96 Nancy Lin ’77 Daijing Lin ’11* Pamela Lloyd Coulter ’72 Bob Loveman ’69 Abigail Ludwig ’09 Christopher Malik ’97 Stephen Master ’90 Tina Masters ’89 Michael McCrory ’00 John McPherson ’89 Sue McSorley ’77 Seth Meisel ’95

Chris Meyer ’69 Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01* Kathy Miller ’77 Chris Milton ’69 Cathy Milton S’69 Larry Morris ’69 Phil Murphy ’75 Dave Offensnd ’75 Christopher Olofson ’92 Wayne Paglieri ’78 Tom Perlmutter ’85 Francis Pickering ’04 Jared Polis ’96 Cheryl Pollack ’75 Melanie Prusakowski ’97 Carlos Ramos-Mrosovsky ’04 Richard Rampell ’74 Skip Rankin ’72 Sandy Rea ’69 Joyce Rechtschaffen ’75 Rich Rein ’69 Cheryl Rowe-Rendleman ’81 John P. Sarbanes ’84 Walt Schanbacher ’73 Richard Schimel ’75 Bruce Schirmer ’75 John Scott ’75 Joe Serota ’75 Lori Shearer S’69 Fred Shearer ’69 Cathy Shu ’04 Michelle Silverthorn ’04 Morris Smith ’76 Bruce Sokler ’71 Heather Steans ’85 Jadrien Steele ’96 George Stern ’69 Mary Strother ’90 Julia Taylor ’99 Erica Thaler ’86 Elise van Oss ’77 Lindsey White ’04 Jordan Winter ’97


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Transforming Lives

Interacting with Princeton Alumni Princeton alumni (individuals, clubs and associations) – actively engaged in their communities as board members, employees/employers, and donors are the driving source for nonprofit and civic service placements through PICS. This has led to highquality opportunities for civic service engagement for students with vetted and approved community partners. All interns are placed with an alumni that serves as friend and mentor, and an entre into the vast Princeton network. Interns are welcomed into their communities by local alumni and have the opportunity to make lifelong friendships and connections. SPEAKER PANEL: “A Sharp Knife and a Steady Hand – Perspectives on Leadership” With Dr. Laura Forese ’83, EVP and Chief Operating Officer of New York-Presbyterian, PICS National Trustee Board member. “I was sincerely impressed by the PICS interns I met at the Princeton Club of NYC this summer, and was happy to join the PICS National Board to support this outstanding program.” – Laura Forese ’83, PICS National Board Member and Princeton University Trustee

SPEAKER PANEL: “A View of the Legal System” with U.S. Magistrate Judge Cheryl Pollak ’75 “I was sincerely impressed by the PICS interns I met at the panel. As usual, I’m always impressed with the quality of Princeton students I get for the internship and how much they bring to chambers for the summer. My law clerks, who change every year, are always skeptical that the Princeton interns will be helpful and uniformly tell me when the summer is over how much they appreciated all that the interns have done.” – The Hon. Cheryl Pollak ’75

SPEAKER PANEL: “Education in America Today: Unique Approaches to Bridging the Gap” With Andrew Balson ’88, Chief Executive Officer, Match Beyond; Jennifer Price ’94, Superintendent, North Andover Public Schools; Christopher Looney ’02, Counsel, WilmerHale; Moderated by Anu Pattabiraman ’10 “I found the panel discussion on charter schools to be both timely and revealing. It was gratifying to see Princeton alums from a range of classes so fully engaged on both sides of the issue.” – Brent Henry ’69, Princeton University Trustee


Giving Back

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Leonard Schaeffer ’69 Leonard D. Schaeffer is the founding Chairman & CEO of WellPoint, the nation’s largest health benefits company by membership. WellPoint (now Anthem) serves over 37 million medical members and has annualized revenues of $73 billion. He is currently the Judge Robert Maclay Widney Chair and Professor at the University of Southern California and is a Senior Advisor to TPG Capital, a private equity firm. Mr. Schaeffer is a graduate of Princeton University and was the Regent’s Lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley and a Gilbert Fellow at Princeton. He is also a member of President Eisgruber’s President’s Advisory Council. Top Right: Leonard Schaeffer. Middle: Mikecia Clarke with Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman. Bottom: Imani Thornton at the Office of State Senator Heather Steans ’85.

“As a young summer intern in a government office, I gained critical skills, an understanding of the government role in our economy, and professional mentors. My support of the Schaeffer Fellows Program and PICS is intended to expose talented undergraduates to real government work with real life impact, so they can better understand how public policy is made and implemented. While not all Schaeffer Fellows will pursue a career in government, the Program helps undergraduates to become engaged citizens and develop an informed view of government. PICS is an essential partner in achieving the goals of the Fellows Program and I look forward to our continued collaboration.”

– Leonard Schaeffer ’69

Internships supported in 2016: • • • • • • •

City of Homestead Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (2 interns) Office of State Senator Heather Steans ’85 Office of Congressman Jared Polis ’96 (2 interns) Office of Congressman Ken Buck ’81 Office of Congressman John P. Sarbanes ’84 Office of Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman (2 interns)


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Thank you to our 2016 Supporters PICS gratefully acknowledges support received from individuals

Visionaries: $10,000+ Ambassadors: $5,000 - $9,999 Patrons: $2,500 - $4,999 Sponsors: $1,000 - $2,499 Contributors: $500 - $999 Friends: Up to $499

VISIONARIES

AMBASSADORS

PATRONS

Robert A. Axelrod ’69 Andrew Balson ’88 & Melora Balson ’88 J. William & Anne S. Charrier ’69 & H’69 Charles C. & Judith D. Freyer ’69 & s’69 Paul Haaga ’70 Richard C.J. Kitto ’69 Yung Bong & Peggy Lim ’87 & s'87 Leonard Schaeffer ’69

David & Nicole Chang Ralph E. & Barbara Binder ’70 & s’70 Silas B. Foot, III ’69 James A. Gregoire ’69 P. Michael Gummeson ’78 Stephen D. Houck ’69 Julie Chung Kim & Stephen Kim ’92 & s’92 Robert V. Loveman ’69 Suzanne M. McSorley ’77 Robert J. Wolfe ’69

Robert Andre ’69 Marc Brahaney ’77 Clay McEldowney ’69 John Evanko ’91 James A. Floyd ’69 Randall Hack ’69 Eve G. Lesser ’77

SPONSORS

CONTRIBUTORS

William Benjamin ’69 Dina Brewer ’88 Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. ’69 Donald Dixon ’69 John B. Draper ’69 Richard Edwards ’69 Marty Eichelberger ’67 J. Randall Evans ’69 Laura Forese ’83 James T. & Kathleen C. Gaffney ’69 &S’69 Bruce J. Hillman ’69 Charlene Huang Olson ’88

Seva Kramer H’69 Sidney Lapidus ’52 Jeff & Maureen Marston ’69 & S’69 Maryann & Frank Milhalopoulos P’18 Christopher H. Milton ’69 Pearl Peril Pell ’77 Steven Peri ’70 Oren Pollock ’51 Paul Sittenfeld ’69 Hayden Smith ’69 Mary Strother ’90

Anonymous Richard S. Brach ’69 Robert Ehret ’69 James Hartling ’69 Harold A. Jerry ’69 Eric Thor Johnson ’69 E. Robert Meaney ’69

Sandra & Peter Nori P’17 Jennifer Dicke Prewitt ’98 Robert Raymar ’69 Cleveland D. Rea, Jr. ’69 Jeri Schaefer Thomas Weidner ’69

Thank You to Our 2016 Program Donors PRINCETON PROGRAM DONORS Princeton Association of New England Princeton Class of 1956 Crisis Ministry Fund in Memory of Bob Rodgers ’56 Princeton Class of 1963 Princeton Class of 1967 Princeton Class of 1972 Princeton Class of 1969 Community Service Fund Princeton Class of 1975 Diane K. Weeks Fund Princeton Class of 1977 Community Service Fund

Princeton Class of 1980* Princeton Club of Chicago Princeton Club of Philadelphia Princeton Club of South Florida Princeton University Department of Judaic Studies Princeton University Center for Health & Wellbeing Global Health Policy Program Woodrow Wilson School -History & Practice of Diplomacy

CORPORATE, FOUNDATION, AND COMMUNITY PARTNER DONORS Robert McEldowney Jr. Family Foundation Charrock Foundation Gaffney Foundation Halpern Family Foundation Lapidus Family Fund Mintz, Levin, Cohen, Ferri, Glovsky & Popeo, P.C. Peek Family Foundation


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and partners from October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 FRIENDS Raymond Arsenault ’69 Gerard W. Asher ’63 John F. Assini ’69 Jeff & Karen Bachrach ’77 Clifford Baker ’69 C. Tim Barner ’69 Christopher Beeson ’98* Cameron Bell ’15* Tracie R. Bell, Jr. ’69 Dickson Boenning ’69 George T. Boggs ’69 Richard Bott ’69 John Andy Brown ’69 Robert C. Brown ’69 W. Thacher Brown ’69 Roger K. Browning ’69 Richard H. Burroughs ’69 John Z. Carter ’69 V. Stevens Carter ’69 Cecelia Coffey ’15* Donald T. Cowles ’69 Brett Dakin ’98* Bruce R. DeBolt ’69 Bianca DiGiovanni ’15* Nancy & Donald Dinovelli P’18 Sarah Dobkin ’06* Mary M. Doyle ’07 Albert H. Dudley, III Robert K. Durkee ’69 J. William Earle ’69 R. Tim Ebenreiter ’69 Richard A. Etlin ’69 Celia A. Felsher ’76 Gary R. Feulner ’69 Roger Fingerlin ’69 Brian D. Fitzgerald ’98* Robert A. Flohr ’69 Edward C. Frank ’69 Claus Frank ’69 Stephen Frankel ’69 Michael J. Fremuth ’69 *Former PICS intern

Harold B. Gardner, Jr. ’69 G. Michael Gehret ’69 Lisa Gong ’16* John M. Goodman ’69 Bruce Green ’77 Neal F. Grenley ’69 Walter F. Griffin ’10* John B. Hanks ’69 William H. Hardy ’69 Daniel H. Harman, III ’69 James E. Hartling ’69 M. Cary Haywood ’69 Robert L. Herbst ’69 Nicholas R. Hoff ’69 Peter Hooper, III ’69 Thomas C. Hudnut ’69 Thomas Huggett ’69 Annaliese Ionson ’15* Earle S. Irwin ’69 Mark Weston Janis ’69 Shu Jiang Gregory Jo ’15* John Griffith Johnson ’72 Jeffrey A. Kaplan ’69 Lawrence S. Kegeles ’69 Curtis Kehr ’69 Colleen Kelly ’77 Stephen Kennedy ’69 Charles M. Kerr ’69 Earl T. Kivett ’69 James A. Koloski ’69 Howard P. Krisher,II ’69 Scott A. Kruse ’69 Thomas Kuczmarski P’08 James J. Kuzmick ’69 Rob Laset ’02* Dawn Leaness ’06* Ira Leeds ’06* Harold Leslie ’69 Nielsen V. Lewis’69 Bruce W. MacDonald ’69

Joseph P. Marshall, Jr. ’69 Roderick Matheson, III ’69 Thomas McChesney ’69 Michael E. McCrory ’69 John McGannon ’69 Frederick McKnight ’69 Paul Mendis ’69 Ling Meng P’16 Kenneth B. Mertz ’69 Christopher Meyer, III ’69 Robert H. Myers ’69 Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01* Marc E. Miller ’69 Lawrence R. Mills ’69 Christopher Muflam P’17 Harry Murray ’69 David Z. Myerberg ’69 Stuart Nierenberg ’69 Christine O’Neill ’06 Jesse S. Okie ’69 William Pape ’69 Jeffrey Peek ’69 Alfred G. Piranian ’69 Thomas R. Pirelli ’69 Gregory D. Purcell ’69 Stuart Rabner ’82 Charles R. Ragan ’69 William J. Ramsay ’69 Sheldon J. Reaven ’69 Richard K. Rein ’69 Aleta Ricciardi P’18 Graham A. Richard ’69 Jim Robertson ’91 Morton M. Rosenfeld ’69 David A. Rothenberger ’69 Jennifer Rowland ’02 Louis F. Ryan ’69 Robert J. Saner, II ’69 Alexander C. Sanger ’69 James Santos ’81 Walter Schanbacher ’73

Roger W. Schmenner ’69 Heinz G. Schmidt ’69 Bruce Schundler ’70 Douglas P. Seaton ’69 Andrea Seaton ’77 Frank X. Shannon, III ’69 Jeffrey Sharp ’80 Randall T. Shepard ’69 George J. Sheridan, Jr. ’69 Delphine Slotten ’15* James Smith ’92 David A. Spencer ’69 Jeffrey Sprowles ’69 Gary Stein P’16 George M. Stern ’69 Brooke C. Stoddard ’69 Jeffrey Tempas ’69 John H. Thacher, Jr. ’66, H’41 Bob Thompson ’69 Frank Thomson ’69 Gregory Uhl John Vennema ’70 Harry A. Volz III ’69 Peter Wade ’69 G. Martin Wagner ’69 Brian K. Walker ’69 David B. Waud ’69 Brian Williams ’72 Wayne Wilson ’69 William Wong '02* Shirley Wu ’15* Roy Xiao ’14 Paul Zoubeck ’78


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An Investment in the future

Your support has kept PICS vibrant and growing. The financial results depicted are derived from the PICS audited financial statements for fiscal year 2016. These contain an unqualified audited opinion of Bedard, Kurowicki & Co. We are committed to sound fiscal management that will ensure our sustainability in the future and enable us to maintain a LEGACY for future Princetonians. In this, our 21st year, we have increased our donor base with outreach to community-service-minded alumni classes, clubs, and individuals. Complete financial statement available upon request.

Many areas of service were represented, including Arts & Culture, Community Development, Communications and Media/Journalism, Development & Fundraising, Education, Engineering & Technology, Government & Legal Aid, Healthcare, Medical Services, Public Policy, Research and Social Services.


2016 Leave Your Legacy Campaign

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The Leave your Legacy Endowment, created at Princeton and invested with PRINCO, encourages alumni to contribute to an endowment whose purposes are: • To ensure that PICS is able to fulfill its mission for many years to come, providing a bold legacy of service to Princeton, its undergraduates and alumni, and a testament to the civic engagement expected of all Princetonians; • To ensure PICS’ financial health and cultivate new leadership among classes of all ages who recognize PICS’ mission as vital to the realization of Princeton’s commitment to service to all humanity; and • To continue to provide Princeton undergraduates of all backgrounds and circumstances equal opportunities for experiential learning through paid summer internships in civic engagement and community service. We hope you will join us in leading the way! Your gift should be made out to Princeton University and can be in stock donation, check or donor advised fund and with the language “ intended for the PICS Leave Your Legacy Endowment Fund, number 13110-E4456”. Mail to: Princeton University Ms. Helen Hardy Alumni and Donor Records P O Box 5357 Princeton, NJ 08543-5357 All gifts to the PICS Leave Your Legacy campaign will be credited to you and receive a donor acknowledgment from Princeton University!

“I was a PICS intern in the summer of 2007 with an investigative journalism nonprofit in DC called the Center for Public Integrity. That summer was one of the most important formative experiences I had through my time at Princeton, and remains a big reason why I still find myself in the nonprofit sector today.”

– Henry Barmeier ’07, Consultant, Bridgespan Group

Join the Race to Leave Your Legacy Robert Andre ’69 Robert A. Axelrod ’69 Ralph E. and Barbara Binder ’70 & s’70 Richard Bott ’69 Dina Brewer ’88 Robert Clarke Brown ’69 Andy Brown ’69 J. William & Anne S. Charrier ’69 & H’69 Thomas A. Cooper, Jr. ’69 Alison L. Cowan ’82 John Draper ’69 Marty Eichelberger ’67 Martha & Roderick Ferguson ’69 & s’69 Thomas Fleming ’69 James A. Floyd ’69 Charles C. and Judith D. Freyer ’69 & s’69 James & Kathy Gaffney ’69 & s’69 James A. Gregoire ’69

Bruce Hillman ’69 Stephen D. Houck ’69 Harold A. Jerry ’69 Richard C. J. Kitto ’69 Dawn Leaness ’06 Eve G. Lesser ’77 Yung Bong Lim ’87 Robert Loveman ’69 Jeff & Maureen Marston ’69 & s’69 Clay McEldowney ’69 James J. McGonigle ’85 Suzanne M. McSorley ’77 Mike Porter ’69 Robert Raymar ’69 Cleveland D. Rea, Jr. ’69 The Hon. Randall T. Shephard ’69 Paul G. Sittenfeld ’69 Hayden Smith ’69 Mary Strother Sullivan ’90 Robert J. Wolfe ’69 Class of 1969

Thank you to those who are leaving their Legacy $613,500 in pledges to date “PICS truly embodies the best of Princeton. It is truly a unique initiative that connects alumni and current students, providing opportunities to learn, grow and serve in ways that create life-changing experiences and life-long friendships.

– Joe Ramirez ’07, Former PICS Intern, P.U. Chair,Alumni Association Committee on Community Service


PICS depends on your support to meet our operating and programming needs every year. While the University provides for our student program coordinator and houses our offices, 100% of our program and staffing costs are underwritten by supporters like you. Make PICS a philanthropic priority by giving generously and become our partner in providing these eager students the ability to make a difference in communities across the country and the world.

SUPPORT PICS now through: • Tax deductible charitable contributions directly to PICS • A gift from your Class or Alumni Association • A gift of stock • Planned giving Donate now at pics.princeton.edu.

For additional information, contact: Jeri Schaefer Executive Director, PICS 609-258-2682 jeris@princeton.edu

Chuck Freyer ’69 Chairman, PICS 610-254-4242 freyerpa@gmail.com

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chuck Freyer ’69, Chairman of the Board Eve Lesser ’77, Treasurer Chip Jerry ’69, General Counsel Ralph Binder ’70, Internship Operations & Oversight Chair Bill Charrier ’69, University Relations Chair Jim Gregoire ’69, Financial Planning & Nominating Chair Suzanne McSorley ’77, Internship Development Chair Bob Axelrod ’69, Development Co-Chair Bob Raymar ’69, Development Co-Chair Pulin Sanghvi, Executive Director, Career Services, ex officio Paul Sittenfeld ’69, Secretary, Class of 1969, ex officio Bob Andre ’69 Dina Brewer ’88 Deborah Danker ’75 Marty Eichelberger ’67 Jim Floyd ’69 Mike Gummeson ’78 Steve Houck ’69 Rick Kitto ’69 Dawn Leaness ’06*

Yung Bong Lim ’87 Jeff Marston ’69 Sandy Rea, Jr. ’69 Jim Robertson ’91 Delphine Slotten ’15* Hayden Smith ’69 Mary Strother ’90 Bob Wolfe ’69 Shirley Wu ’15*

National Trustee Board Laura Forese, MD ’83 Paul Haaga, Jr. ’70 Leonard Schaeffer ’69 Stanley N. Katz, Professor of Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School; Director, Princeton Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies Emeritus Board: John Andy Brown ’69 Anne Charrier H’69 John Draper ’69 Kathy Gaffney S’69 Bob Loveman ’69, Maureen Marston S’69 Clay McEldowney ’69 Lori Mihalich-Levin ’01* Steve Peri ’70 Turk Thacher, Jr. ’66, H’41 Tom Weidner ’69 *Former PICS Intern

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