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Does anyone have a good list of schools with good public interest career advising and fellowships etc.?
Not a school that just has a reputation for being a public interest focused, but actually has the resources for their students.
Ron Don Volante
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Harvard, Yale, Stanford, NYU, Berkeley. Any T14 with a killer LRAP, like Chicago (or GTown?).
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Even business-y Northwestern has a PI career advisor and PI fellowships (thinking specifically of the Pritzker, which is 10 $50k fellows per year).
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