Welcome to YouthCampus, Princeton University’s listing of community youth programming.
The University offers a variety of quality programs in the arts, sciences, literacy, and more for ages pre-K to high school. Be amazed by a faculty science lecture, explore the University’s green spaces, listen to a children’s concert, or come and relax in the gallery of our children’s library. There’s plenty for families to do at Princeton University.
Cotsen Children's Library Presents: One to One
The Cotsen Children's Library is delighted to introduce a new virtual offering, One to One, a program that proudly mentors and encourages young writers to explore their voices!
The idea builds on First Draft, our writing feedback program. One to One adds an additional resource...now, instead of receiving your edits from Dr. Dana through email, you can choose to connect via Zoom to discuss face-to-face. You can reconnect with us as many times as you like - to talk writing, receive prompts, rework your story, or start an entirely new one.
We look forward to mentoring your relationship with the written word!
Please note that like First Draft program, One to One is recommended for writers ages 9-17. We accept submissions of creative writing, works of fiction, and personal essays. We do not offer feedback on school assignments, college essays, or academic writing.
Information about One to One:
Information about First Draft:
For a complete listing of our current virtual offerings:
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Cotsen Children's Library
Princeton University Library
Resources for Virtual Learning
Princeton University Library complied a list of resources for students of all ages and their parents. View the PDF of virtual resources.
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