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The PIT Summer Fellowship is aimed at rising juniors and seniors interested in getting first hand experience working on technology policy at the federal, state and local level.
The bios for the 2020 PIT summer fellows can be found here.
The 2020 bootcamp information can be found here.
We will select approximately 12 students from universities across the PIT-UN network to be in part of the PIT summer fellows program.
Fellows will begin their summer internship by attending a three-day policy bootcamp at Princeton’s CITP led by Mihir Kshirsagar and Tithi Chattopadhyay. The bootcamp will educate students about law and policy, and will feature leading experts as guest speakers in the fields of computer science and policy.
After the bootcamp, fellows will travel to the host government agencies in different cities that our program has matched them with to spend approximately eight weeks working with the agency. Fellows will be embedded in the agency and get a real world experience of what it is like to work on cutting edge issues. At the conclusion of the summer, we will bring the fellows back for a day long debriefing session at Princeton.
The fellowship will provide students with a stipend and funds to defray reasonable travel costs.
The application process for summer 2021 will be posted sometime in the fall. General information about the program is available below:
Summer Stipend (eight weeks)
Host Agency Description
Expected Start Time
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