Last night, the sixteen newest members of the BBA’s Public Interest Leadership Program visited 16 Beacon Street for their program orientation and kick-off reception. Past PILP’ers Chris Morrison (Jones Day) and John McBrine (Nutter McClennen and Fish LLP) walked the new class through the expectations and logistics of the program and elaborated on how to make a difference with their project.
Chris concluded the orientation by telling the group, “Every PILP class is different. The program is an evolving project of the BBA that changes based on prior class’s feedback. This class can shape its leadership experience, both as a group and as individuals.” He encouraged each class member to not be a class member who disappears and to “be present and take advantage of your BBA leadership opportunity.”
Take a look below for highlights from the orientation and reception:
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