The Suffolk Public Interest Law Group (SPILG) International Fellowship provides a grant of up to $5,000 for students working in summer international internships with non-profit and government organizations. The purpose of the Fellowship program is to support Suffolk Law students dedicated to international public service while providing an invaluable service to non-profit and government organizations and the communities they serve.
Students must apply for a SPILG International Fellowship by March 2, 2015 by 10am (through Symplicity).
Support the SPILG International Fellowship Program
SPILG raises money throughout the year to support the Fellowship Program. SPILG’s biggest fundraiser of the year – and one of the highlights of Suffolk Law’s social calendar – is the SPILG Annual Auction. This year’s Silent Auction will be held in the law school’s Sargent Hall from February 24-26, 2015 (all day long each day). The Live Auction will be held in the Function Room of the law school on February 26, 2015, starting at 6pm.
For over a decade, the generous support of law firms, alumni, and others with strong connections to the law school and the public interest world, have made the SPILG Fellowship program a success. Help support students dedicated to public service by donating or bidding on items in the Silent or Live Auction. Donations of all kinds are accepted. To donate an item to this year’s Auction, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To participate in the Auction, stop by Suffolk Law during February 24-26 to bid on a great selection of items.
Additionally, SPILG supporters can make donations to SPILG through the Online Giving Form. Make sure to select “SPILG Scholarships International” in the “Area of Giving” section.