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File #: 21-4143    Version: 1 Name: NUPIP Fellowship Agreement with DBMS
Type: Intergovernmental Agreement Status: Approved
File created: 7/9/2021 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 7/29/2021 Final action: 7/29/2021
Title: PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT Department: Department of Budget & Management Services Other Part(ies): Northwestern University's Public Interest Program (NUPIP), Evanston Illinois Request: Approve agreement between DBMS and Northwestern University's Public Interest Program (NUPIP) Goods or Services: DBMS to host two public interest fellows to work on projects to further the work of the County's budget process Agreement Number(s): N/A Agreement Period: 8/1/2021 - 7/31/2022 Fiscal Impact: $100,000.00 Accounts: 11000.1490.11030.521313 Summary: The agreement is between DBMS and Northwestern University's Public Interest Program (NUPIP). NUPIP is a one-year fellowship that helps train a new generation of leaders for social change. The program combines paid public service work, professional development seminars, mentorship with experienced alumni, and collaboration with a community of peers. NUPIP is designed to introduce recent graduates to organizat...
Indexes: ANNETTE GUZMAN, Budget Director

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PROPOSED INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT

 

Department:  Department of Budget & Management Services  

 

Other Part(ies):  Northwestern University’s Public Interest Program (NUPIP), Evanston Illinois 

 

Request:  Approve agreement between DBMS and Northwestern University’s Public Interest Program (NUPIP)

 

Goods or Services:  DBMS to host two public interest fellows to work on projects to further the work of the County’s budget process  

 

Agreement Number(s):  N/A  

 

Agreement Period:  8/1/2021 - 7/31/2022 

 

Fiscal Impact:  $100,000.00

 

Accounts:  11000.1490.11030.521313  

 

Summary:  The agreement is between DBMS and Northwestern University’s Public Interest Program (NUPIP). NUPIP is a one-year fellowship that helps train a new generation of leaders for social change. The program combines paid public service work, professional development seminars, mentorship with experienced alumni, and collaboration with a community of peers. NUPIP is designed to introduce recent graduates to organizations engaged in public interest work, as well as to enable organizations to benefit from Fellows’ passion, experience, and skills.

 

Under the agreement, DBMS agrees to host two public interest fellows who will work on projects to further the work of the County’s budget process.

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