The Princeton AlumniCorps community is full of committed individuals working together to address big challenges. Every few months, the AlumniCorps Turning Point series brings together some of these individuals for an engaging discussion about the work they are doing in the local community.Join AlumniCorps for the nextevent in its Turning Point series,"Environmental Activism: Global Stakes, Local Action," from to 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Tues. Sept. 11th at 12 Stockton Street in Princeton.Panelists will include Seamus McGraw, author of "End of Country: Dispatches from the Frack Zone"; Jeff Rosalsky '85 Executive Director of thePocono Environmental Education Center; and Eric Clark, Director ofSPLASH(Student Participation in Learning Aquatic Science and History).Both SPLASH and PEEC are based on the Delaware River and McGraw's book addresses the implications of fracking in the Delaware River Watershed.The speakers will talk about environmental issues facing the community and hopefully inspire others to volunteer with those organizations or implement their own ideas. Space is limited; please RSVPhere.For more information about the panel, please clickhere.
The Turning Point series is sponsored by the AlumniCorps' Community Volunteers program and features panelists with compelling stories about their passion for service. Community Volunteers connects similarly inspired individuals with significant career experience to nonprofit organizations that have critical capacity-building needs.