The Princeton Club of South Florida wants to hear from South Florida scouts working to build bridges across the divides in our community. The Princeton Prize in Race Relations is an award sponsored by the Princeton University Alumni Association and presented in South Florida in conjunction with Miami-Dade and Broward Schools and the Miami-Dade Community Relations Board. Prize recipients working to improve race and ethnic relations and understanding receive a $1,000 award and are invited to the Princeton University campus in the Spring to attend a symposium on race in America. Information and on-line applications are available at: https://pprize.princeton.edu.  Adult sponsors can nominate worthy applicants at: https://pprize.princeton.edu/nominate-student. Questions or requests for promotional materials can be sent to the South Florida committee chair, Jonathan Colan, at . Applications are due by January 31. Updates and examples of projects can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/PrincetonPrizeMiami. Spread the word and help find and recognize the next generation of bridge-builders in our community.