|The UChicago Public Interest Program (UCPIP) Comes to DC
Come learn about the program and how alumni can get involved.
Cost: Free: Tapas will be served
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The UChicago Public Interest Program (UCPIP) is a one-year fellowship program that places recent UChicago graduates in public interest work and supports them with mentoring and professional development seminars throughout the year. This year, UCPIP will be expanding to offer placements in Washington DC!
Inspired by Princeton’s Project 55 Fellowship Program, the UChicago Public Interest Program was established by a group of UChicago alumni who were interested in bending recent graduates of the college towards public interest work. To this day, UCPIP remains an alumni-driven initiative: each year about 60 alumni volunteer to read applications, conduct interviews, network with employers, and mentor Fellows throughout the year.
As UCPIP expands to Washington DC, we are in need of DC-based alumni to join our volunteer team (bolded)! If you’re interested in learning more about the program, but are unable to attend the event, please fill out the Volunteer Alumni Interest Form or contact the UCPIP Coordinator, Emma Roberts ([email protected], (773)-795-3052). If you know of an organization in Chicago or DC that could benefit from having a UCPIP Fellow, please fill out the UCPIP Partner Organization Recommendation form.
Thursday, Nov 13 2014 at 6:00pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
722 7th St NW
Washington, DC , 20001