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CITP Tech Policy Clinic

The Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) Clinic offers a 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.


Students Eligible: 
Princeton undergrads
Non-Princeton undergrads
Class Years Eligible: 
Social Sciences
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Number of Weeks: 
8 weeks
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Other Research Types: 
Technology Policy
Support Provided: 
The fellowship will provide students with a stipend and funds to defray reasonable travel costs.
Type of Support: 
Number of Projects / Participants in Previous Year: 
Additional Information: 
This year, we will select approximately 16 students from universities across the PIT-UN network to be a part of the program. The fellowship begins with a three-day policy virtual bootcamp led by Mihir Kshirsagar and Tithi Chattopadhyay. The bootcamp will educate students about law and policy, and will feature leading experts as guest speakers in the fields of computer science and policy. Fellows will be embedded in an agency over the summer and get a real world experience of what it is like to work on cutting edge issues. For additional information and to apply please visit the Public Interest Technology Summer Fellowship webpage at:

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