The Princeton Varsity Club was excited to support ‘Tigers Got Talent,’ a talent show featuring Princeton’s varsity student-athletes at Dillon Gym on Thursday, November 7. This new event showcased the various talents of student-athletes across several different teams.
The talent show, sponsored by the PVC Service Circle, donated nearly $1,000, 100% of funds earned from the show, to Generosity Water. This nonprofit organization aims to promote access to clean water in rural areas around the world and foster sustainability.
A true example of teamwork across multiple sports, ‘Tigers Got Talent’ was the brainchild of several student-athletes. Courtney Ciardiello ’15, Elizabeth Gelb ’15, Maylin Meisenheimer ’16, Emily Yu ’15, Taylor E. Dunstan ’15, & Ashley Hatcher ’15 (W. Swimming & W. Water Polo) created the event driven by the desire to bring together the entire athletics community for a night of exciting performances.
The PVC Service Circle provides grant funding for events that are both planned and run by Princeton student-athletes. Applications for events during the 2014-15 year are being accepted now; interested student-athletes can click here to apply!
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