RIPPLE connects groups of alumni all across the country who are committed to supporting each others' journeys of learning and leadership development and to taking action to give back to their communities. Learn more about this city-based alumni program here.
Any Public Policy major at Sanford School who is planning to fulfill their internship requirement in the summer, and wishes to work with an organization that focuses on arts policy, is eligible to apply for the LAPI grant.
The application for a 2019 LAPI grant can be found here. The deadline to apply is Monday, April 1st by 11:59 PM. Please contact Associate in Research Adam Beyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or to discuss finding internships that connect the arts and policy.
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