“The virtual workshops, classes such as QuickBooks etc, and conferences have enhanced my knowledge from a business perspective. I know without organizations such as SCORE, I will not be as successful as I am today.”


The library’s role as an equalizer in Princeton, a place that connects people to resources they might not otherwise have access to, has been more important than ever during the pandemic. The suddenly unemployed found guidance from weekly job-seeker programs co-sponsored by the Professional Service Group of Mercer County.

Students who found themselves cut off from in-person supplemental learning services found help from live tutors available through Brainfuse. Senior citizens found new ways to lower their expenses through our digital resources. Those new to our country continued to learn English in online classes. Participation in the Gente y Cuentos (People and Stories) short story discussion group for Spanish-speaking immigrants doubled.