Impact Day is Deloitte’s annual day of service that celebrates our year-round commitment to making an impact that matters. Each year on Impact Day, Deloitte professionals participate in more than 1,000 social impact projects across 80 US cities. This year, our partners at Deloitte answered...

For three consecutive years, PeerForward has proudly hosted summer interns from Princeton University through the Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS) program. The PICS program was founded by Princeton alumni in 1996 to encourage students to engage in meaningful summer internship opportunities that contribute to nonprofit and civic service work being done...

"Being a summer volunteer with PeerForward isn't something you do once and forget about it. It's a movement that you're now part of, that you've made your mark on and you walk away feeling valuable and loved," says regular summer workshop volunteer Hannah Tall. Tall, a...

The PeerForward team at Lincoln County High School in West Virginia has been trained to self-advocate and to advocate for others. Recently, the team put together an engaging video they presented to school administration to make the case to continue PeerForward, which has been successful...

[caption id="attachment_5421" align="alignleft" width="133"] Eugene Lang[/caption] PeerForward notes with great respect the passing of Eugene Lang, an investor who made a spontaneous promise to students in a Harlem school to pay for their college education. “Mr. Lang blazed a trail for committed community leaders to connect...

College Summit Volunteer Joseph Tavares recently shared why he travels from his work base of Jakarta, Indonesia to donate his time and talents assisting College Summit summer workshops each year. Tell us about your personal college journey. "My grandparents immigrated from the Cape Verde Islands and settled...

Meet Kevin Naiker, Director of College Coaching who went from anti-Apartheid activist to college access educator, now teaching at Howard Community College. I was born in Cape Town, South Africa, during the Apartheid era. Education was considered a luxury for African Americans. Certainly not a given....

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We’ve changed our name, but our mission and values are the same. After two decades of leveraging peer influence to guide more students to higher education, we’ve adopted a name that reflects the power of youth activation. Read more