April 9th - Princeton Prize in Race Relations Awards Dinner

All Princeton alumni and guests are invited (and encouraged!) to attend the annual awards dinner and ceremony for the Connecticut chapter of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The event will be held from 6:00-8:30pm at The Graduate Club (155 Elm Street, New Haven; map here. Parking is available in Yale Lot #51; map here) on April 9th.

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations recognizes high school students for extraordinary efforts in improving race relations in their schools and communities. The Awards Dinner is very special and exemplifies Princeton in the Nation’s Service. Suggested $20 donation at the door. RSVP to schwab@alumni.princeton.edu by April 3rd!

April 7th - Young Alum Happy Hour at Cask Republic

Join us Tuesday the 7th at Cask Republic (map) as we continue the semester of Young Alumni events! We'll meet from 7:30-9:30pm in the semi-private room to the right as you enter the bar. We'll provide appetizers; just wear some orange and bring cash for drinks! Hope to see you there!

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March 28th - PAAFC's Tigers with Green Stripes

The Princeton Alumni Association of Fairfield County will be hosting its annual Tigers with Green Stripes event on Saturday, March 28th at Audubon Greenwich (613 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT 06831; map) from 1-4pm.

The event will focus on the exploding business of energy efficiency and environmental measures in the real estate industry and the opportunity for diverse career opportunities in this space. Much of this is happening right here in Connecticut, particularly with the C-PACE program and the Green Bank becoming a nationwide model. 

PAAFC is delighted to have Rob Klee ’96, Commissioner of Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), as our special guest along with a diverse and experienced group of leaders facilitating the groups including event organizers: Steve Hall ’65, Mike Sherber ’79, and Allan Shope – architect of the Audubon’s extraordinary green. Socio-Economic development goes hand-in-hand with this theme. 

The format for the networking will employ the World Café Method for maximum interaction, learning and mentoring.

*$15 Registration Fee* - Register online at www.PrincetonCT.org

Contact TGS@PrincetonCT.org for more info