Are you connected to any organizations doing innovative public interest work in Boston, Chicago, Connecticut, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, or Washington, DC?
If you think they may be a good fit for a fellow for the 2012-13 fellowship year, please contact Sara McCord Princeton Project 55 Fellowship Program Manager at email@example.com to learn more and be connected with a local program. Remember the partner organization deadline is Friday, December 2, 2011.
For over 20 years, PP55 fellowships have given recent Princeton graduates opportunities to work in the public interest and be connected with a supportive like-minded community. The program continues to grow under the direction of Program Leader Maria Orozco ’03.
Check out this video of Sophia LeMaire ’11, our first Project 55 fellow at Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future in Baltimore: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjmdUmMSepA .
This placement was specifically recruited in the field of food and sustainable agriculture and was added to our roster due to the great efforts of Gordon Douglas ’55 and Shelia Mahoney.
A co-founder of longtime partner organization Education Through Music (ETM) was featured in a recent issue of Wall Street Journal. The article profiled Edmund Schroeder and the success of ETM.
Bridget Wright, who started her fellowship at ETM last month, is their eleventh Princeton Project 55 fellow.