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Invitation to CC Alumni

Tori Johnson at City of CS

PIFP summer 2015 fellow Victoria Johnson'17 (left) receives an award from the City of Colorado Springs for the significant work she did toward the city's advanced designation with the HEAL campaign. Brian Kates ’93 (second from left), representative from the City of Colorado Springs and PIFP mentor, presented the award.

Colorado College’s Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) is supported by alumni in several ways:

  • Alumni connected with the nonprofit world serve as liaisons between partner organization and the PIFP advisory board;

  • Alumni provide mentoring and training for PIFP fellows;

  • Alumni support the program financially, through investments from foundations and individual gifts.

If you are interested in serving as a mentor, advisory board member, or liaison for a partner organization, please contact Lani Hinkle (contact info at bottom left).


To find out how you can support PIFP with a donation, go to Support PIFP.


PIFP is affiliated with The Alumni Network, a group of colleges and universities that have similar alumni-supported programs in the public service sector. For more information on The Alumni Network, go to www.project55.org.
 

Lani Hinkle, Director
Public Interest Fellowship Program
Lani.Hinkle@ColoradoCollege.edu 
719-227-8175