An Unwavering Commitment to Service
TPIC oversees the Toll Public Service Corps, which houses the Toll Public Interest Scholars & Fellows Programs. The Service Corps offers tailored programming for Toll Scholars & Fellows and administers the associated scholarships.
Additionally, TPIC designs and delivers the Public Interest Experience (PIE). All Penn Carey Law students who are passionate about public interest may apply to join the Public Interest Experience each fall semester. PIE members, called Public Interest Ambassadors, take part in tailored programs that connect them to like-minded peers, public interest faculty, alumni, and practitioners while building skills and providing guidance about the law school experience.
The Service Corps and PIE embody Penn Carey Law’s unwavering commitment to service.
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The Scholars Program increases substantive programming and financial support for students pursuing public interest careers.
The Fellows Program is designed to create the next generation of empathy-driven advocacy, activism, and service.
Public Service Experience
Members take part in programs that connect them to like-minded peers, public interest faculty, alumni, and practitioners.