To support professionals dedicated to doing well by doing good with opportunities and resources that help make it happen.
Nations’ Service envisions a job environment where finding meaningful, well-compensated work for the public good is a streamlined process, and a world in which dialogue about doing well by doing good is viewed as ordinary rather than revolutionary.
Nations’ Service was born as part of a larger movement to elevate discussion and resources around work for the public good. Launched in January 2012 by a group of young Princeton alumni who were frustrated by the seemingly limited career options presented to students through the traditional recruitment channels, Nations’ Service aims to level the playing field in the recruiting and job hunting arena, linking talented, passionate professionals with opportunities that fit.
As a wiki, Nations’ Service is designed as a positive and constructive community-driven portal for sharing advice and making connections: with career opportunities, peers, and mentors. Nations’ Service is an entirely voluntary, not-for-profit endeavor that relies on its community members for operational support.
Nations’ Service is grounded by three core values:
This site is an attempt to show graduating students and fellow alumni that there are more options that truly embody Princeton's motto of "in the nation's service and the service of all nations."
Nations' Service contains a variety of resources and job postings to encourage professional development in sectors that benefit society. We welcome alumni and students of other colleges and universities to take part in our community too!
If you would like information or you would like to get involved, contact us.
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