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 NPI Fellows

The NPI Fellows are students who participate in an internship with our NPI community partners. There are a total of five internships that are offered each quarter. These are the testimonies of students who have interned.


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Peter Thai, '15 (CET Industrial Relations)

Major/Minor(s): Accounting/Economics
Hometown: San Jose, CA
Interests/hobbies: running, basketball, TV shows, outdoor activities, electronic dance music.

How I came to get involved with NPI and what I'm learning (or hope to learn):
I came to NPI as a transfer student looking to get more involved in giving back to the community. I knew that this opportunity would be a good way to further develop my communication skills and to gain some more work experience. Learning more about how the Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative has been developing, I believe it is an amazing opportunity for students on campus to get involved with the community. As I now have just recently began working at Center for Employment Training (CET), a trade school for lower-income students, I look forward to working with the students and faculty members who share the same enthusiasm in giving back to the community.

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