2016-2017 Public Service Jobs/Fellowships Student Interest Form
CPIC supports students in finding post-graduate, summer, and winter break public service opportunities. CPIC also organizes mentor matching, professional development opportunities, community-based and online programming for students to stay engaged in public service work. If you have any questions, please contact our staff at cpic@fas.harvard.edu!

Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) is a student-led 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and the largest public service organization at Harvard, encompassing 86 programs that serve over 10,000 youth and adults in the greater Boston area. PBHA programs emphasize direct service and social action as a facilitator for social change and address several key community needs, including tutoring, small claims advising, advocacy, managing local homeless shelters, ESL education, citizenship training, Alternative Spring Break trips, and the Summer Urban Program (SUP).

The Institute of Politics' (IOP) mission is to unite and engage students, particularly undergraduates, with academics, politicians, activists, and policymakers on a non-partisan basis and to stimulate and nurture their interest in public service and leadership. The Institute strives to promote greater understanding and cooperation between the academic world and the world of politics and public affairs.

First Name:
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Last Name:
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Email:
Please use your @college.harvard.edu or @post.harvard.edu email address
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Your House Affiliation
If you're a first-year student, please select "Yard"
Your Home City
(We ask this in the event that Harvard Alumni/ae Clubs have funding available...)
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Your Home State/Country
Please note country if outside of the U.S.
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Phone Number:
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Concentration:
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Your Graduating Class Year
(If you're graduating in December, please select the year in which you will be graduating)
CPIC Program Interests
The information you provide helps us to send outreach targeted to your interests.

NOTE: our 10-24 month post-graduate fellowships are for graduating seniors and recent Harvard College grads. Our summer fellowships are typically 10 week experiences between June and mid-August. Our winter break volunteer opportunities are organized during the first three weeks of January.

I am interested in the working in the following fields of work:
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Do you want to receive updates from CPIC about post-graduate fellowships?
(post-graduate fellowships are typically 10-24 month paid work experiences)
Do you want to receive updates from CPIC about domestic summer fellowships?
(domestic summer fellowships are typically 10-12 week experiences with a stipend of $3,000-$5,000)
Do you want to receive updates from CPIC about international summer fellowships?
(Please note: CPIC has relationships with several international programs, but students will have to seek funds from other offices/programs)
Do you want to receive updates from CPIC about winter break opportunities?
(winter break opportunities with CPIC are unpaid, but students can apply to the Office of Career Services for funding (funding typically does not exceed $750))
I'm most interested in the following work responsibilities/tasks:
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Which U.S.-based locations interest you?
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Which international regional locations interest you?
Is there anything else our staff should know to help you to find the right public service opportunity?
This will help us to advise you about opportunities most relevant to your interests...
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