Our number is 36– the number of universities and colleges in our Public Interest Technology University Network. Through that work, which includes creating curricula, research agendas, and experiential learning programs, we're nurturing and educating the public interest technologists of today and tomorrow. These students, who tackle society's biggest problems and include sociologists, technologists, and designers, know that for every project or process, public interest technology can help make it better. Our PITUN members are working on everything from forming an anti-racist science lab to building health-related data analytics designed for underserved communities to gaining cellular network access for Native American tribes. Together we will make public interest technology a viable, equitable, and coveted profession.