SLS has recently been awarded a grant by the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) to fund a year-long community of practice that will include students, community partners, and faculty advisers, beginning in January 2021. Public interest technology is “the study and application of technology expertise to advance the public interest, generate public benefits, and promote the public good” (New America). As a Public Interest Technology Student Fellow you will get to:
- scope innovative projects with community partners that engage your skills and amplify their impact
- learn together with a small, diverse group of students from across CoE
- work with a community partner in a paid internship during Summer 2021
- benefit from tailored professional development sessions with the Career Center
For more information about this Fellowship opportunity, including program and application information, please visit our program page.