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The NU Public Interest Program is a one-year fellowship that helps train a new generation of leaders for social change through paid public interest work, professional development seminars and mentorship opportunities with Northwestern alumni. The NUPIP is designed to introduce young alumni to organizations whose missions are to promote the public interest, as well as to enable these organizations to benefit fromthe Fellows' experience, intelligence, and work ethic. Check out our current class of fellows here.

NUPIP Host Organization applications are now available!

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NUPIP's offices are located at the Center for Civic Engagement, 1813 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201.

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About Our Program
The NU Public Interest Program was modeled after Princeton's successful Project 55 Public Interest Program and was founded to introduce young alumni to organizations whose missions are to promote the public interest. Learn More...
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NUPIP Info Sessions

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Application Deadlines

To visit the 2015-16 host organization application, click here.

Applications for students will be available shortly.