150 for 150

With the newly minted PiA fellows getting ready to hit the ground in Asia, PiA is launching a crowdfunding campaign to support their fellowships this upcoming year. Our goal is to raise $150,000 for these 150 new fellows – 150 for 150 – by the end of our fiscal year on June 30th.

The Rickshaw Diaries

Check out our fellows' blogs from the field and follow their adventures through Asia!

Quote of the Week

We have certainly stepped into something bigger than us -- [Jeremiah Firman, current PiA fellow in Thailand]

 

 

Our Mission

PiA’s mission is to foster mutual appreciation and cultural understanding by connecting service-minded graduates and partner organizations in Asia through immersive work experiences that transform perspectives and cultivate long-lasting friendships.

115 Years of Service in Asia

On the occasion of PiA's 115th anniversary (in 2013), we commissioned a documentary film to illuminate what is at the core of the PiA experience: service, community, and a change in perspective.

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Featured Story: PiA supports relief efforts in Nepal

PiA has been working alongside friends at Princeton University, including Nepali students, the Office of Religious Life, and the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, to coordinate a community fundraising campaign that will support relief efforts in Nepal in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. Funds will go to support Care Nepal and Sarvodaya (Teach for Nepal). Please consider contributing by clicking on "SUPPORT NEPAL RELIEF" below.

You can also click here to read an appeal from Tory Grieves '14, current PiA fellow in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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Alum of the Fortnight

Kurt Kuehne
After spending two years working with the Singapore Ministry of Education, Kurt Kuehne (Singapore '08) is now studying Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he focuses on issues regarding governance and authority and studies Burmese language.
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Fellow of the Fortnight

Lamia Mamoon
The first week working in a new country is always a challenge. Lamia Mamoon spent hers learning how to sew in a Sri Lankan garment factory.
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