Brendan Corrigan first fell in love with Capitol Hill as a senior in high school when he served as an intern in the district office of Congressman Michael G. Fitzpatrick from his home district in Pennsylvania. Since then, Corrigan has hit the ground running in pursuit of his dream of working in public policy. Read More.
The HOPE Fellows Program allows public interest minded students to create summer dream jobs and work across the globe to effectuate change. The HOPE Public Interest Resource Center provides stipends to law students who work in uncompensated public interest jobs during the summer. HOPE Fellows work with local, national, and international public interest agencies and non-governmental organizations of their choosing.
Applications for 2015 will be available by December 1, 2014. Click here for more information
Since 2000, the Program has evolved from two local placements to twenty plus placements in locations such as Washington, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles, as well as international placements in countries such as Tanzania, Lebanon, England, and China.
Read about past HOPE Fellows experiences:
Paige Reese talks about her summer experience working at the U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Caitlin Griffin discusses her experience at D.C. Children's Law Center.