PILO Summer Grants
PILO Grant Application
Every year we use the money we raise at the PILO Auction and other Fundraising Events to award hardworking students summer grants in order to work at unpaid internships in public interest. Our goal is to increase awareness of the exciting opportunities in public interest law and aid these dedicated students in pursuing their interests. There’s no risk to apply! Students can withdraw their grant application if they decide to accept a paid internship offer. Any stipend is intended to defray summer living expenses for room, board, and the like during the public interest internship.
- Public Interest Related
- Either 5 or 10 weeks (works with study abroad courses)
- The 2017 PILO Summer Grant Application will be posted below on Monday, March 13 at 9:00am. The 2017 deadline is Friday, March 31 at 5:00pm.
- Get started on securing your job by visiting our job resources page here.
How to Apply for a 2017 Professor Hopkins Humanitate Grant:
Please fill out the application in the below link if you are interested in applying to receive a PILO grant. Be sure to read and follow the “Grant Guidelines and Eligibility” section on the first page (incomplete and/or late applications will NOT be considered) and email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 31, 2016 at 5:00pm.
How Did You Use Your Grant?
“I received a PILO grant after my 1L summer, which allowed me to work at Legal Aid of North Carolina. I worked on domestic violence cases, researching case law, interviewing clients, and supporting attorneys in court. My time at Legal Aid was invaluable to my early legal education, and PILO helped me afford that opportunity.”
-Erica Navalance, ’15