Have you or someone in your life been diagnosed with breast cancer? The YWCA Princeton Breast Cancer Resource Center will help answer the tough questions, guide you through the difficult decisions, and provide support through mentoring, fitness & wellness activities, transportation and so much more.

Our warm and welcoming BCRC Clubhouse is located on a peaceful nature preserve just minutes from downtown Princeton and is a unique non-clinical environment providing comprehensive programming that is unmatched by any hospital or community center in the tri-state area.

Whether you are newly diagnosed, a long time survivor, coping with metastatic disease, a support person, or anyone in between, the compassionate professionals of the BCRC are here to guide you through the toughest challenges. Most of our programs are free of charge and are available to breast cancer patients and their families. For more information, please contact us (609) 497-2100 ext. 346.

Be part of a novel experience! A friendly atmosphere where meaningful discourse and creative minds come together. The group ventures into spaces and places without leaving the room.

Do you have a budding scientist or engineer at home? Does she have an insatiable hunger to learn new concepts, build objects and program them? We would love to have her join one of our All-Girls Competitive Robotics! Our All-Girls Competitive Robotics program is designed to exposes young girls to science and technology in a fun environment through Robotics. This exciting new opportunity is offered as a part of an initiative hosted by Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The All-Girls FLL Team is for girls in grades 4th-8th.

Our teams are coached and mentored by volunteers from Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and our newest partner SES satellite systems.

Exact dates and times of team meetings will be communicated directly by the coaches.

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Do you have a budding scientist or engineer at home? Does she have an insatiable hunger to learn new concepts, build objects and program them? We would love to have her join one of our All-Girls Competitive Robotics! Our All-Girls Competitive Robotics program is designed to exposes young girls to science and technology in a fun environment through Robotics. This exciting new opportunity is offered as a part of an initiative hosted by Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The all girls FTC Team is for girls in grades 7th-12th.

Our teams are coached and mentored by volunteers from Princeton University, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and our newest partner SES satellite systems.

Exact dates and times of team meetings will be communicated directly by the coaches.

Complete Program Details

Take time out once a month to enjoy a book discussion and light breakfast with a relaxed and friendly group of book-loving women. Reading selections are chosen by group consensus and are usually contemporary fiction with an occasional choice of classic literature.