Princeton University is seeking applications from high school students for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations.

The prize recognizes and rewards high school students who, through their volunteer activities, have undertaken significant efforts to advance racial equity and understanding in their schools or communities, according to the prize's information page.

Applications are due Jan. 31.

The prize includes $1,000 and an invitation to the annual Symposium on Race. Students are also awarded certificates of accomplishment for notable work.

Among those receiving a certificate for the 2020-21 award were Shelby Simone Carter of Montclair Kimberley Academy and Caleb Levine of Montclair High School.

Princeton Prize in Race Relations flier 2022 competition.

Montclair High School senior Caleb Levine and Montclair Kimberley Academy senior Shelby Simone Carter received certificates in last year's competition.

For more application details, visit the prize's information page.