C-PILO is dedicated to aiding Carolina Law students in financing public interest summer employment. By fundraising throughout the year, C-PILO is able to distribute fellowships to first- and second-year students.
Check back for this year's grant application in the spring.
Any Carolina Law student who has accepted a public interest summer job (or who is in the process of applying) and who has completed at least ten hours of public interest work throughout the school year is qualified to apply for a C-PILO grant.
Applications are judged on four criteria:
Applications are reviewed by a committee consisting of the C-PILO officers from the past two years, their faculty/staff advisor, the Associate Director in Career Development, and one faculty member. In the event that a C-PILO must excuse him/herself, another faculty member will participate.
C-PILO's grant policy is available. Grantees are responsible for knowing and following this policy.