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Fellow Mentoring & Training

PIFP Fellows are paired with experienced alumni mentors, who provide guidance and counsel to Fellows throughout the term of their fellowships. In addition, PIFP and its mentors sponsor several training opportunities each year for Fellows. These events are part of our commitment to our host organizations, to ensure that their Fellows get a strong foundation as they begin their tenure in the nonprofit sector.

2014 Fellow Orientation
PIFP Trainings and Orientation:
PIFP Fellows gather several times a year to participate in training opportunities
that support their fellowship experiences and provide career enrichment.

 

2014-15 PIFP Mentors:


 Preston Brasch '09
(Denver)

Jo Donlin '90
(Denver)

Lynda Aguado Duran '08
(Denver)

Alan Gottlieb '78
(Denver)

Nancy Hernandez '96
(Denver)

Ray Herr '81
(Denver)

Kate Drazner Hoyt '06
(Denver)

Brian Kates '93
(Colo. Springs)

Mindy Klowden '94
(Denver)

Paul Lhevine '90
(Denver)

Angela Mendiola '06
(Denver/Colo. Springs)

Jessie Pocock '08
(Colo. Springs)

Linda Reiner '87
(Denver)

Megan Seibel '82
(Denver)

Edie Sonn '86
(Denver)

Ellen Stein '88
(Durango, CO)

Jessica Waclawski '07
(Eagle County, CO)


“I’m involved with PIFP on a number of levels. I know a mentor would have been helpful to me my first year out of college, so I want to provide this service to someone.”

Alan Gottlieb ‘79
PIFP Mentor

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