Hybrid Informational Sessions
The Urban Public Policy Fellowship (UPPF) program is a leadership development program designed to expose historically underrepresented minority undergraduate students at UIC to key public policy issues. The program provides Fellows with seminars offering a solid introduction to theory and practice in the areas of public policymaking, advocacy, community development, and service provision along with a valuable internship experience.
Students from all academic areas are eligible, including those with an interest in fields such as education, urban planning, political science, sociology, urban health, communication, and law. Upperclassman standing (minimum 45 hours) is necessary to participate in this non-degree, non-credit program.
HYBRID INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS SPRING 2023:
Latin American Recruitment and Educational Services Student Services Buildings (SSB)
7 March | 1 - 2pm
3 April | 12 - 1pm
1200 W Harrison St
African American Academic Network - Zoom event
9 March | 1:30 - 3:30pm
29 March | 1:30 - 3:30pm
Register at bit.ly/UPPF_2023
Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement CUPPA Hall
15 March | 12 - 1pm
412 S. Peoria St
African American Cultural Center Adams Hall 209
5 April | 12 - 1pm
830 S Halsted St
Register to attend any session virtually at bit.ly/UPPF_2023
Visit ipce.uic.edu/uppf to learn more about the fellowship.