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Hooked on Boston: What I learned about PP55′s thriving community in the Northeast, and why I can’t wait to go back
PP55 Program Manager John Shriver describes his recent trip to the Boston Area, and details some exciting work that the PP55 community is doing there! Learn about who is involved, what they are doing, and why Bean Town is the place to be.
Do you have the next big idea for social change?
Princeton Project 55 is excited to share with our valued affiliates our goals for The Alumni Network in 2009-12.
Through the Alumni Network, PP55 has helped to start and support similar alumni-driven public interest organizations across the country. We sat down with Travis Lovett of Harvard CPIC to learn more about the successful collaboration between Harvard CPIC and PP55 in the Boston area.
Read how alumni from TAN affiliate programs all over the country are combining efforts with fellowship locations to increase the local connections and offer a broader array of seminars, allowing fellows to build a larger network and learn from a diverse group of people.
On November 30, alumni and staff from alumni-driven public interest programs around the country will gather in Princeton, New Jersey for the annual Conference of The Alumni Network which will feature workshops, networking opportunities, and a keynote address by award-winning author, David Bornstein.