Check out opportunities for policy learning and engagement below.
The Graduate Policy Scholars program is a self-directed, experiential learning experience designed to hone policy, advocacy, and organizing skills. Graduate Policy Scholar alumni include congressional staffers and policy analysts. More information on the program can be found here.
Students interested in more advanced coursework in social policy may wish to apply to the Master of Social Policy program. Social Work and Public Health students can add the Master of Social Policy as a dual degree. More information on the program and a link to the application can be found here.
Looking to embark on a career path that connects you to government, public policy and advocacy? Get started by connecting to our cross-campus Government and Public Policy Career Community (GPP). Email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to the the GPP Workgroup.
Students can gain access to resources and weekly events that will assist in professional development and enhance employment prospects. This is a university wide workgroup that engages and educates students on policy related activities.