- When: February 5, 2013, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Where: Chase Hall Room 110
The 2013 Application will become available Tuesday morning. At the meeting, PILG will go over how to submit the application through Symplicity and the components of the application. If you cannot attend, all of the information provided will be transcribed and available promptly on TWEN.
Over the last twenty years, over two hundred students have been awarded PILG Fellowships to pursue a wide variety of public interest endeavors nationally and internationally. Last year, the fourteen students awarded fellowships served for organizations in Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, Washington DC, New York and of course our home state of Connecticut!
Feel free to e-mail Kara Marcello with questions!
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