Employee Resources Groups (ERGs) volunteer, employee-led organizations comprised of administrative professionals from across the University who come together based on shared interests, experiences, and/or identities. ERGs work to create a more inclusive environment and sense of belonging for employees within the University while also remaining engaged with external communities.
Asian Staff at Princeton's ([email protected]) mission is to serve the needs of the vibrant and diverse Asian community at Princeton. The group is open to all staff with an affinity for Asian culture, regardless of racial or ethnic background.
The Disability Alliance at Princeton (DAP) Employee Resource Group works to build a supportive and affirming atmosphere, organizing social and educational events for faculty and staff who identify with having disabilities as well as those who support this effort. DAP works to support the premise that every single member of the University community feels valued and supported.
The International Employees Group at Princeton (IEGAP) is a university-wide volunteer organization mainly composed of employees from diverse ethnicities and cultural backgrounds dedicated to provide support create an international network of community members at Princeton University and foster cultural diversity and awareness.
Latino Princetonians is a network of Latino and non-Latino staff that is committed to articulating the needs of our members on campus and to creating opportunities for connection in formal and informal settings. We strive to create visibility regarding Latino staff matters and awareness about resources on campus and within the larger Princeton community. We welcome all.
This program works to build a supportive and affirming atmosphere for LGBTQIA employees.
This group organizes social and educational events for employees who identify as members of, or allies to, the LGBTQIA community.
The Mission of the Military Service & Veterans Network (MSV) is to serve as a University resource on all veteran-related issues, aligned with the University's strategy to attract, select and retain employees with military service, serve as mentors to newly hired veterans, and help inform our hiring managers of the importance and benefits of selecting candidates with military service.
NAAMA is a group of African American males at Princeton geared toward networking, retention and support of African American males at Princeton University.
PSP seeks to provide opportunities for social connection within the diverse population of professionals at Princeton University who are young and young-at-heart.
The primary mission of the Princetonians of Color Network (PCN) is to serve its members by helping to create an environment of equity and respect that attracts and values diverse individuals who are encouraged to contribute their perspectives to the overall success of an institution that stands in service to society.
The South Asian Affinity Group (SAAG) is a platform for people who are interested in sharing, contributing or just learning about culture of South Asia. You do not have to be necessarily an employee of South Asian origin. Your curiosity to know or interact with us is good enough reason to be part of us.
The mission of the Women of Princeton Employee Resource Group (WERG) is to foster supportive and productive ties among women in the workplace and to affirm and enhance their contributions to our University community. WERG is guided by Princeton's overarching commitment to service and to diversity and inclusion. In collaboration with campus partners, it aspires to cultivate an environment in which women can flourish, creating opportunities for social interaction, networking, mentoring, community engagement, and professional and personal development.