We support charities and organizations that are important to our parents and tutors.
Our co-founders, Kevin and Greg, were only able to attend Princeton University because of their generous financial aid packages, so this is an area that is especially meaningful to them.
We’ve led numerous test prep and college advisory workshops for first-gen/low-income students.
We also dedicate a number of spots in our PrepMaven SAT MasterClass for students who can’t afford it.
Below is a sample of other worthy organizations we’ve supported over the years.
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Aseema is an NGO whose mission is to “provide underprivileged children with a nurturing and stimulating educational environment that helps them recognize their limitless potential.”
One of our students partnered with Aseema and organized a charity drive to benefit the Pali Chimbai Municipal School in India. The funds were used to improve the existing infrastructure and revive the academic program, with the goal of creating a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk children.
Christina Seix Academy
CSA is an innovative urban Pre-K-8 independent school focused on students from underserved communities.
We worked with CSA to customize and teach a successful SSAT course. We’ve also advised on curriculum development and teacher training.
Collaborate & Graduate
CAG’s mission is to develop a more diverse military officer corps by providing SAT and ACT tutoring to economically disadvantaged/ minority applicants to US Service Academies.
Princeton Tutoring/PrepMaven is honored to have been selected by CAG to manage and provide the test prep component of their mission.
HomeWorks Trenton is a free, after-school residential program for marginalized high school girls that provides academic and social-emotional enrichment activities to supplement public schools and build community leaders.
Our co-founder, Kevin, currently serves as an Advisor to Homeworks.
KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) is the biggest network of public charter schools in the country. They have a track record of preparing students in underserved communities for success in both college and life.
KIPP operates 82 schools, including several in Newark and Camden.
KIPP comes highly recommended by one of our tutors, Catharine. She worked at KIPP during high school and continued to support their work during college.
Monywa, Burma School Building Project
Monywa is a small city in Burma located 80 miles northwest of Mandalay. We established a partnership with a monastery-affiliated school serving underprivileged children. The school is managed by monks and run by a corps of volunteer teachers. Operation and maintenance of the school is 100% funded by donations.
Our first project with the monastery helped to fund construction of the school. Our most recent project funded construction of a much-needed addition, which allowed the school to grow from less than 40 students to more than 250 students!
Both of our projects were huge successes, and we are proud to have assisted the monastery in providing the opportunity for so many students to receive an education.
Princeton Education Foundation
The Princeton Education Foundation was founded in 1995 to support educational excellence in the Princeton Public Schools. The Foundation serve as a bridge between our community and the schools, encouraging private philanthropy to enhance public education for students at all levels.
Several of our parents are actively involved in this great organization. Please visit pefnj.org for more information.
Rotary Club of Trenton
Princeton Tutoring/PrepMaven works closely with the Rotary Club of Trenton to support economically disadvantaged students.
Kevin has been a keynote speaker and has led college preparation seminars for their annual “College Possibilities Night”.
Rowing is Growing
Princeton National Rowing Association (PNRA) was established in 2000 “to provide opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to grow through rowing”.
We’ve collaborated with “Rowing is Growing” to lead SAT and college preparation workshops for economically disadvantaged student-athletes from Trenton.