Become a member.
PICC offers students the opportunity to become better citizens and informed contributors to democracy. In classes and activities, students experience and explore the American system, interacting with leaders in public service, journalism, industry and advocacy, at Purdue and in Washington, DC.
PICC students enjoy scholastic benefits, including innovative classes, internships, and competitive merit scholarships. Participating students also plan and produce issues forums featuring nationally known experts.
Emphasis is placed on honing the critical thinking skills of students from across disciplines and helping them to translate complex knowledge into communication that is accessible to the larger public.
To be a PICC member all students must:
Students are strongly encouraged to register for a course to gain the most benefits from PICC.
PICC End of the Year Celebration.
Join the PICC has we celebrate the end of the year by honoring students and all of the to the partners.
Please RSVP to join us for the dinner. Any questions, please email email@example.com@purdue.edu
Please fill out the student survey to identify your marketable skills. This information will be kept confidential.
Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
PICC Membership Meetings
Krannert Hall room G004
Spring 2017 meetings are held every other Wednesday night from 6 to 7:30pm . Come and meet the other students, participate in forum planning, as well as mentorship and professionalization events!
Questions? Email: email@example.com
Follow up with the latest news materials selected by Ambassador Curiel for PICC students and members.
Young Hall, rm. 455
150 S. Grant Street
West Lafayette, Indiana, USA 47906
(765) 494-1892 (Main Office)