Public Interest Technology Fellowship
The Public Interest Technology (PIT) Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for students to learn and engage in the expanding field of Public Interest Technology. The purpose of the fellowship is to enhance Public Interest Technology literacy — the ethical, social, and social implications of technology — through seminars and experiential education, developing a more intentional next generation of technologists and policy makers.
The PIT Fellowship provides students with classroom education, coupled with hands-on, experiential education through engagement on relevant projects with local nonprofits and government agencies. The PIT Fellowship is an extracurricular program.
Students will apply to the fellowship and be selected before the start of the Spring semester. Fellows will participate in seminars during the Spring semester (held during the Friday Community Hour). Seminars will be presented by Faculty Mentors, as well as local government and nonprofit partner organizations. Fellows then engage full-time during the summer on a PIT-related project sponsored by a local organization. Students will present their project in a Fall convening.
Fellows will receive a $5,000 stipend during the summer (June-August 2023) to support their full-time engagement on the PIT-related project with one of the partner organizations.
Any undergraduate or graduate student at Case Western Reserve University who will graduate after August 2023 is eligible to participate in the PIT Fellowship.
Interested students must complete an online application and will be interviewed as part of the application process.
|November 9, 2022||Application Period Opens|
|November 18, 2022||Information Session|
|November 28, 2022||Application Period Closes at Noon|
|December 5, 2022 – December 12, 2022||Applicant Interviews|
|December 19, 2022||Applicants Notified of Selection|
|Friday, November 18, 2022|
|12:45pm – 1:30pm|
|TVUC First Floor Conference Room|
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