More and more technologists are thinking seriously about the societal impact of technology, yet there are a dearth of opportunities to bring theory into practice. Students are ushered into career fairs and internships with vague promises of "tech for good," but are left alone to figure out what the hell that really means.

We're excited to introduce the Reboot Student Fellowship: a program for students to explore tech, humanity, and power through a guided book club, writing workshop, and community mentorship.

The first cohort will run from February 14 to April 4. We plan to accept 15-20 fellows reading and writing across four interest areas: race, labor, business, and government.

<aside> 👉 Apply at by January 20, or read on for more details.


The fellowship is run by Reboot and sponsored by Stanford's Public Interest Technology Lab.

📖 what will you do?

The fellowship runs from February 14 to April 4. It is free and fully virtual.

Each week, you'll spend around 1 hour in mentored peer groups, 1 hour in a fellowship-wide session, and 2-3 hours of external reading and writing:

👩🏻‍💻 who's this for?

If this sounds exciting, then apply here! It'll take around 20-30 minutes, and applications are reviewed until January 20 at 11:59pm.

Here's who we're looking for:

💬 questions or comments?