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Become a PIFP Fellow

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40 summer and yearlong fellowships

Paid positions with progressive, creative nonprofit organizations that work for social change

Built-in fellow cohort, mentoring, leadership training, and networking opportunities

 

 

2015-16 Program Timeline 

Nov. 3, 2014 Partner organization applications due to PIFP office
Nov. 21, 2014 Organizations notified of selection as PIFP partner organization
Dec. 2014-Jan. 2015

Student recruiting/information sessions

  • Thurs. Dec. 4, 4pm, WES room
  • Wed. Dec. 10, 12:15 pm, WES room
  • Thurs. Jan. 22, 12:15 pm, WES room
Jan. 28, 2015 Student/fellowship applications due to PIFP office
Feb. 6 & 7, 2015 Alumni committee conducts pre-qualifying interviews with fellowship applicants
Feb. 11, 2015 Partner organizations notified of pre-qualified candidates
Feb. 12-Mar. 4, 2015 Partner organizations interview pre-qualified candidates
March 5, 2015 Deadline for partner organizations to offer fellowships to candidates 
Late April/early May 2015 Welcome dinner for fellows and partner organizations
Late May-early June 2015 Summer and yearlong fellowships begin 

 

2014-15 Yearlong PIFP Fellowships
(will be updated for 2015-16 in November 2014)

fellowship description ARC of the Pikes Peak Region
fellowship description Bell Policy Center
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Caring for Colorado Foundation

fellowship description Colorado Center on Law and Policy (public affairs)
fellowship description Colorado Center on Law and Policy (policy and budget analysis)
fellowship description Colorado Children's Campaign
fellowship description Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved
fellowship description Colorado College: Office of Annual Giving
fellowship description Colorado Consumer Health Initiative (strategic engagement)
fellowship description Colorado Consumer Health Initiative (policy)
fellowship description Colorado Fiscal Institute
fellowship description Colorado Health Institute
fellowship description Colorado Succeeds
fellowship description Conservation Colorado
fellowship description Denver Scholarship Foundation
fellowship description DSST Public Schools (Denver School of Science and Technology)
fellowship description New Era Colorado
fellowship description OMNI Institute
fellowship description TESSA
   

 

Summer 2014 PIFP Fellowships
(will be updated for 2015-16 in November 2014) 
fellowship description ACLU of Colorado
fellowship description ARC of the Pikes Peak Region
fellowship description Atlas Preparatory School
fellowship description Bell Policy Center
fellowship description Care and Share Food Bank of Southern Colorado
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Catamount Institute

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City of Colorado Springs: Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services

fellowship description ClinicNet
fellowship description Colorado League of Charter Schools
fellowship description COPPeR (Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region)
fellowship description Green America
fellowship description Indy Give!
fellowship description National Conference of State Legislatures: Communications
fellowship description National Conference of State Legislatures: Education
fellowship description One Colorado
fellowship description Palmer Land Trust
fellowship description Susan G. Komen Southeast Colorado Affiliate
fellowship description TESSA
fellowship description Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado

 Important Forms and Documents:


"One of the reasons I decided to attend Colorado College was the PIFP program. I was deeply impressed with CC's commitment to placing its students in top-quality nonprofits working for the public good. I am so grateful for the opportunity to participate in PIFP, and to learn for myself how much I'd love a career in public interest work."

--Elliot Mamet, Summer Fellow, ACLU of Colorado

Contact info:
Lani Hinkle, Administrator
Public Interest Fellowship Program
Colorado College
14 E. Cache la Poudre St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Email:
Lani.Hinkle@ColoradoCollege.edu 
Phone: 719-227-8175
Fax: 719-389-6804