The Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton offers the Siegel Public Interest Technology Summer Fellowship (PIT-SF) program that is aimed at rising juniors and seniors attending school in the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT UN). Students interested in getting first-hand experience working on technology policy at the federal, state, and local level are encouraged to apply.
This year, we will select approximately 16-20 students from universities across the country. The students chosen for this opportunity will learn about law and policy and attend lectures by experts in the fields of computer science and policy.
For additional details and to submit an application please visit the CITP website, Siegel PIT-SF page: https://citp.princeton.edu/programs/public-interest-technology-summer-fellowship/.