Apply now to be a 2021-22 PiA Fellow!

For more information about our program, the application/placement process, and the impact of COVID-19 on our operations, attend one of our webinars! Follow the link to register. 

122 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.

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.

COVID-19 Program Update

Follow the link below to read PiA's COVID-19 program update, including information about the 2019-20 fellowships and the path ahead. 

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Our Commitment to the Work Ahead

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Our Commitment to the Work Ahead

Princeton in Asia's Executive Director, Maggie Dillon, and PiA's Chair of the Board of Trustees, Sharon Volckhausen, shared this letter with the PiA community about our commitment to the institutional work ahead on June 18, 2020. 


Alum of the Fortnight

Patrick Dowd
Patrick Dowd was an Ajahn at Payap University in Chiang Mai in 2010, and has never really left Asia since then. He's currently living in the culturally Tibetan region of Ladakh and working on a Tibetan/Ladakhi language ethical education children’s book for Ladakhi youth.

Fellow of the Fortnight

Michelle Laws
Michelle Laws, a PiA Fellow at Marie Stopes in Dili, Timor Leste, speaks making friends in the office, breaking out the Bachata moves in her first month in Dili, and a neighbor that makes her smile.
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