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  • Alex Greer
    Alex Greer
    M.S. and B.A. '15 - Experience in quick response fieldwork, teaching emergency management.
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  • Andrew Haines
    Andrew Haines
    MPA '03 – An accomplished local governmental leader and elected official.
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  • Chunjing Liu
    Chunjing Liu
    M.S. '14 – On the front lines of marine disaster mitigation through effective policy planning in China.
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  • Cimone Philpotts
    Cimone Philpotts
    MPA '13 - Assistantship and Legislative Fellows experiences enrich doctoral student's blossoming career
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  • Gwen Angalet
    Gwen Angalet
    Ph.D. '00 - Ensuring programmatic and research opportunities for the promotion of children's health.
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  • Hira Rashid
    Hira Rashid
    M.A. '15 – Fulbright scholar now in the Ph.D. program studying global health economics and urbanization.
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  • Hsien-Ho (Ray) Chang
    Hsien-Ho (Ray) Chang
    Ph.D. '15 - Utilizing his knowledge of disaster science to educate students on fire and emergency management.
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  • James B. Goetschius
    James B. Goetschius
    Ph.D. '14 - Serves in the U.S. Army improving health care facilities in the eastern United States.
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  • Jenna Ahner
    Jenna Ahner
    B.A. and MPA '14 - Provides support for legislative and external affairs.
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  • John Carney
    John Carney
    MPA '86 – Newly elected Governor of the State of Delaware
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  • Kelsey Edmond
    Kelsey Edmond
    M.S. '14 - OCL program prepared her for success in the MPA program in pursuit of an interdisciplinary career.
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  • Lindsey Interlante
    Lindsey Interlante
    MPA '07 - Advocates for enriched, hands-on learning experiences at higher education institutions.
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  • Mark Rucci
    Mark Rucci
    B.A. and MPA '15 – Continuing his public policy education internationally.
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  • Meredith Rubin
    Meredith Rubin
    B.A. '11 - Practicing leadership and collaboration in the financial services sector.
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  • Paige Gugerty
    Paige Gugerty
    B.A. '15 - Coordinating electronic connections bewteen healthcare providers and resources.
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  • Paul Ruiz
    Paul Ruiz
    B.A. and M.A. '13 - Advocating for alternative fuels and reducing America's dependence on oil.
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  • Stephanie Ottino
    Stephanie Ottino
    B.S. '11 - Executing leadership skills in higher education.
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  • Tom DeWire
    Tom DeWire
    MPA '04 - Developing strategies for education systems to improve student achievement.
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  • Yuliya Brel
    Yuliya Brel
    M.A. '15 - Continuing her public policy education and assisting with research at the University of Delaware.
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  • Megan Wakelee
    Megan Wakelee
    B.S. '11 - Executing leadership in a corporate setting.
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  • Zack Adinoff
    Zack Adinoff
    M.S. '13 - Experience in coordinating public safety, logistics, planning, and general disaster continuity.
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  • Jissell Martinez
    Jissell Martinez
    MPA '10 - Manages fiscal affairs and serves as a liaison for the Dept of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
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  • Scott Beale
    Scott Beale
    MPA '07 - Successful nonprofit entrepreneur with experience in diplomacy and national politics.
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  • Matthew Garlipp
    Matthew Garlipp
    B.A. '13 - Enabling federal transparency and accountability via open, accessible, and standardized budget data
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  • Merritt Burke IV
    Merritt Burke IV
    MPA '98 - Various experiences in town management and community involvement.
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  • Ryan Burke
    Ryan Burke
    Ph.D. '15 - Vast experience with military strategy and conducting military research.
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  • Allison Becker
    Allison Becker
    B.A. '13 and M.A. '15 - Experienced and published media policy researcher.
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  • Serita Porter
    Serita Porter
    M.A. '15 - Continuing her behavioral health education at the University of Delaware.
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  • Kirsten Jones
    Kirsten Jones
    M.A. '16 - Contributing to policies that strengthen transportation and trade in New York and New Jersey.
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  • Elizabeth Burland
    Elizabeth Burland
    M.A. '15 - Studying for a doctoral degree in Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
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  • Elizabeth Lockman
    Elizabeth Lockman
    M.A. '15 - Delaware state senator with roots in advocacy.
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  • Thomas Martin
    Thomas Martin
    Ph.D. '14 - Directing the M.S. in Health Informatics program in the College of Public Health at Temple Univ.
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  • Savannah Edwards
    Savannah Edwards
    MPA '17 - Planning for sustainable and complete communities in Delaware and Maryland.
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  • Scott Murphy Eisenhart
    Scott Murphy Eisenhart
    MPA '17 - Legislative aide credits SPPA experience for helping him excel in the world of politics and policy.
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  • Taylor Hawk
    Taylor Hawk
    MPA '17 - Graduate's policy analysis and research aims to improve education funding.
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  • Evan Miller
    Evan Miller
    MPA '17 - Local Government Management Fellowship kickstarts graduate's professional career
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  • Natasha R. Nau
    Natasha R. Nau
    MPA '12 - Advocating for efficient resource allocation and streamlined service delivery in local government.
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  • Jeremy Rothwell
    Jeremy Rothwell
    M.A. '14, HP Cert '15 - Technical review of all city site-plans, subdivision and building permit applications.
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  • Mark D. Stevens
    Mark D. Stevens
    MPA '09 – Integral in the leadership and financial management of federal agencies.
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  • Angela Gladwell
    Angela Gladwell
    M.A. ’98 – Instrumental in environmental planning and federal emergency management decision making.
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  • Courtney Mogavero
    Courtney Mogavero
    B.S. '12 – Translating leadership education into a successful early career path in major tech corporations.
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  • Janet Sheridan
    Janet Sheridan
    M.A. '07 - Providing heritage preservation services, and cultural landscape research in southern New Jersey.
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  • Melanie Ross Levin
    Melanie Ross Levin
    B.A. and MPA '05 – Developing education and advocacy campaigns on public policy relating to women's issues.
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  • Dená Brummer
    Dená Brummer
    MPA '05 – Successful private sector business partner drawing upon public sector experiences.
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  • Eric Johnson
    Eric Johnson
    Ph.D. '03 – Revitalizing a community through the application of theory and practical experience.
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  • David Rudder
    David Rudder
    Ph.D. '03 – Practicing effective leadership to academic programs that promote service to the community.
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  • Erin Kennedy
    Erin Kennedy
    MPA '06 – Drives health care organizations towards improving quality of patient care and clinical outcomes.
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  • Tom Friedman
    Tom Friedman
    MPA '07 – Manages government relations, strategic & financial plan, and policy analysis for State Health Plan.
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  • Mike Morton
    Mike Morton
    MPA '86 – Oversees budgetary analysis and legislative information systems for the Delaware General Assembly.
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  • Jonathan Kirch
    Jonathan Kirch
    MPA '07 – Advocating for public policy that promotes better health for all Americans.
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  • Albert Shields
    Albert Shields
    MPA '07 – Developing strategies to best communicate Governor Carney's positions on diverse policy issues.
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  • Kim Gomes
    Kim Gomes
    MPA '04 – Strategically lobbying for client interests on a number of policy issues.
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  • Erika Farris
    Erika Farris
    M.A. '09 – Developing policies to better manage water drainage and promote environmental sustainability.
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  • Mike Fortner
    Mike Fortner
    MPA '02 – Overseeing city planning for housing, land use, economic development, and transportation.
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  • Emily Gonce
    Emily Gonce
    MPA '02 – Leading lobbying efforts to show members of Congress the value of life insurance to constituents.
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  • Bill Clark
    Bill Clark
    MPA '03 – Supervising a team of consultants to support projects for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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  • Anastasia Kuzmina
    Anastasia Kuzmina
    MPA '02 – Supporting two general managers with product and employee management in 14 countries.
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  • Barrett Edwards
    Barrett Edwards
    MPA '06 – Assisting municipalities with legal issues including planning, human resources, and finance.
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  • Benjamin Attia
    Benjamin Attia
    MEEP'16 - Research and consulting on market trends in solar photvoltaics markets in Africa and the Middle East
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  • Wei-Ming Chen
    Wei-Ming Chen
    Conducting renewable energy and electricity market researches
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  • Michelle Kung
    Michelle Kung
    PHDUAPP'14 - Promoting innovation and technology through mentoring and investing technology startups
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Management, Communications, and Policy Fellow, School District of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)<strong><p dir="ltr">This is a part‐time position within the Office of the Superintendent that offers a full-time graduate-level student a hands-on learning experience. Candidates interested in working on multiple projects related to strategic planning and execution, policy development, project management and communications are encouraged to apply. Fellows will be exposed to various aspects of a large, urban school district. The Fellow will work closely with members of the Superintendent’s policy and communications team, the Chief of Staff, District leaders, and members of other departmental teams.  </p><p dir="ltr"> </p></strong>96
Humanitarian Shelter & Settlements Graduate Student Fellowship, USAID/OFDA (Remote & Washington, D.C.)<p>​USAID/OFDA currently seeks to enhance its leadership efforts, improve its response programming in the humanitarian shelter and settlements (S&S) sector, increase the awareness of the sector in North America, and expand career options for those interested in S&S sector activities. USAID/OFDA views S&S sector activities broadly to include not only provision of shelter to disaster/crisis-affected populations, but also the linked activities of settlements planning, disaster risk reduction, natural resource management, climate change adaptation, and proximate economic and political factors. USAID/OFDA has also contributed to emerging humanitarian community interest in the Settlements Approach (integrated, multi-sector activities in socio-economically defined space), particularly in urban areas, and the linkage of this approach to follow-on recovery and reconstruction efforts.</p>100
Intern, Department of Education <p>​The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for students interested in seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy and administration. Volunteers have the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to the Department's mission to promote student achievement and preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational excellence and ensuring equal access.</p>104
Intern, Delaware State Chamber of Commerce (Wilmington, Delaware)<p>​The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce has been serving Delaware's business community since 1837. Our mission is to promote an economic climate that enables businesses of all sizes and types to become more competitive in a constantly changing, increasingly global, and unpredictable environment. The Chamber will provide valued services to members; it will serve to be recognized as the primary advocate in the state for business interests.The Chamber seeks interns throughout the year. Chamber internships are unpaid, but we work with colleges and universities to provide credit. Parking is reimbursed. Please direct all internship inquiries to <strong><a href="">Denée Crumrine</a></strong>, Communications Manager.</p><p><strong>Available internships fall under the categories of Communications and Events, Legislative Affairs, and Photography.</strong></p><p><strong>For more information, visit <a href=""></a>.</strong></p>82
Research Intern - Income and Benefits Policy Center, The Urban Institute (Washington, D.C.)<p dir="LTR">The Income and Benefits Policy Center is looking for research interns for the summer who are interested in researching the details of state welfare and child care subsidy programs. This is a paid position requiring a minimum of ten weeks of work.</p><p dir="LTR">The Research Intern will continue previous work researching changes to welfare or child care assistance programs on one of two projects: The Welfare Rules Database (the WRD) or the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Policies Database. The WRD serves as the primary source of information on state Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) policies, and the CCDF Policies Database is the most comprehensive source of state child care subsidy policies. Both databases generate publicly available information for use by federal agencies, state administrators, and researchers.</p><p dir="LTR">To apply, visit the <a href="">original job posting</a>.<br></p>83
Intern, Delaware Juvenile Civil Citation Program (Delaware - multiple locations)<p><em> </em>The Delaware statewide Juvenile Civil Citation Program is a civil alternative to the formal arrest and criminal prosecution of youth under 18 who commit eligible low level misdemeanor offenses.  Its primary purpose is to prevent further delinquency, hold youth accountable for their offense, and appropriately address participants' needs without creating a criminal record. The program offers law enforcement the option of issuing the youth a civil citation in lieu of arrest. During the 90 day program period participating youth are required to contact pre-assigned community providers to complete an assessment to identify their risk, needs and strengths, complete five (5) hours of community service, a letter of apology, and to work towards reducing potential future contact with the juvenile justice system.</p><p>The program began on September 10, 2015, and to date has received over 900 youth referrals. It is housed in Department of Services for Children Youth and Families (DSCYF) Division of Youth Rehabilitative Services (YRS) in the Administrative Building on the Main Campus in Wilmington, DE. Currently, the program is coordinated and managed day-to-day by the Statewide Civil Citation Coordinator and a small staff.  The JCC Program is being expanded to include additional misdemeanors and our services are expected to experience significant growth.  </p><p>We are<em> </em>seeking college and university student interns for unpaid internships. The internship is unpaid; however, candidates enrolled in a college/graduate program are eligible for credit hours at the discretion of their respective institution.</p><p>These internships are especially suited for Social Work, Behavioral Health, Political Science, Criminal Justice, Law, Communication and Social Justice Majors but ALL majors are encouraged to apply. We are looking for a group of diverse people with a multiplicity of skills and the ability to work with a mission-oriented team.  We strongly encourage students from underrepresented groups in the Delaware area to apply for internships with us. Everyone is encouraged to apply so long as they can work cooperatively with others. </p><p>Interns must commit to at least 15 hours of work a week or the number of hours required by their participating institution to earn credit hours in a specific academic term. We will try to be as flexible as we can in scheduling. We encourage colleges and universities to offer credit hours at no cost for the interns.</p><p>For more information, visit: <a href=""></a></p><p>To apply, please contact Donna M. Pugh, Esquire, Juvenile Civil Citation Director, at (302)-633-2633 or <a href=""></a></p>85
Management Fellow, City of Tacoma (Tacoma, Washington)<h4>About the Tacoma Management Fellowship Program</h4><p>The Tacoma Management Fellowship is a nationally recognized program that has been developing municipal leaders since 2006. The Tacoma Management Fellowship is an exciting two-year opportunity designed to attract, develop and retain talented individuals with an interest in a local government management career.</p><p>This program gives selected participants the opportunity to observe firsthand the efforts of a mid-sized city government working to resolve some of its most pressing issues. Our program is unparalleled in terms of the opportunities participants will have to meet and network with executives and managers. Successful participants are highly recruited by departments to fill available city jobs, and many of our top-level executives began their career with the city in this program.Fellows are given a challenging workload which includes weekly meetings with department directors, meaningful projects, interaction with Council Members and the City Manager, and opportunities for professional development. Fellows are given the opportunity to work rotations in different departments, both internal and operational, to gain a holistic view of the workings of the City. </p><p>The Tacoma Management Fellowship is recognized by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) as a Local Government Management Fellowship. The program offers an ideal opportunity for emerging professionals seeking to equip themselves with the skills needed to become effective managers in local government.</p><h4>Position Overview</h4><ul><li>Interact with the City Manager and Executive Staff</li><li>Coordinate Council Standing Committees</li><li>Research policy matters</li><li>Serve as a liaison to several Neighborhood Councils </li></ul><h4>Position Opportunities</h4><ul><li>Valuable mentor opportunities</li><li>Citizen engagement</li><li>Challenging responsibilities</li><li>Exciting projects and leadership opportunities</li><li>Excellent benefits</li></ul><h4>Candidate Evaluation Process</h4><strong>Minimum Qualifications</strong><p>Human Resources and the City Manager's Office staff will evaluate your resume and application to ensure that you meet minimum qualifications.  For the Management Fellow position, minimum qualifications include coursework completed for a Master's degree in public administration or public policy. You are eligible to apply if you still need to complete an internship thesis or comprehensive exam. </p><strong>Online City of Tacoma Job Application/Supplemental Questions</strong><p>In addition to submitting the online job application, applicants must complete/provide:</p><ul><li>Supplemental questions</li><li>Essay questions</li><li>Resume</li><li>Cover letter</li></ul><p><strong>Eligibility List</strong><br></p><p>The supplemental questions allow the City to establish an eligibility list. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will have their supplemental questionnaire scored.  All candidates that score above 70% on the test will be included on the eligibility list.  Only candidates included on the eligibility list may be selected for the position.<strong><br></strong></p><p><strong>Interview</strong></p><p><strong></strong>A separate interview will review the eligible candidates' applications and materials. If eligible, you may be contacted to schedule a phone or video interview.</p><p><strong>Presentations</strong></p><p>Interview finalists will be invited to prepare and deliver a presentation to the executive management team on a prompt related to current issues in the City of Tacoma. Finalists are invited to present at the Municipal Building or present via video conferencing.</p><p>Contact</p><p>Please contact Bucoda Warren, Management Fellow, by email at <a href=""></a> or phone at (253)-594-7925 should you have any questiosn concerning the City of Tacoma's Management Fellowship Program. More information can be found at <a href=""></a>.<br></p>87
Policy and Communications Intern, Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (Delaware - multiple locations)<p>​Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) is currently seeking applications for a Policy and Communications Intern. The intern will learn about estuarine ecology, coastal processes, and environmental policy and planning with a focus on engaging community decision-makers on issues such as coastal hazards, climate change, and sea level rise. The intern will learn how to help communities and the state address coastal resource management issues through translating scientific information into appropriate materials and engagement activities. The intern will practice communication and engagement techniques to use in a variety of settings and gain valuable hands-on science policy experience as well as communications, leadership, and organizational skills. </p><p><span aria-hidden="true"></span><span><span>For more information about this job or to apply, visit the Handshake posting here: <a href=""></a></span></span><span aria-hidden="true"></span><br></p>88
Community Health Gap Year Fellowship, Project Horseshoe Farm<p>Horseshoe Farm offers an intensive paid 1 year (13 month) community-based gap year service and leadership development Fellowship.  It is geared to top recent college graduates from around the nation interested in community health and education, non-profit and organizational management, social entrepreneurship, and community service leadership.  </p><p>The competitive Fellowship is a unique opportunity for high levels of responsibility and mentored hands on learning in a rapidly growing community based non-profit organization.  It is also an opportunity to help shape community health locally and contribute to a model for communities across the country. Its ultimate aim is to prepare citizen service leaders needed for tomorrow's communities. </p><p>Fellows receive an educational grant of $600/month, free housing, and valuable experience through:</p><ul data-rte-list="default"><li><p>Front line service in and leadership of Horseshoe Farm's innovative community based programs for children and adults.</p></li><li><p>Administrative, management, and operations responsibilities in a grassroots non-profit organization.</p></li><li><p>Working closely with a team of talented Fellows.</p></li><li><p>"Community Engagement" work with other civic, business, non-profit, and governmental organizations throughout our community.</p></li><li><p>Weekly readings and discussions designed to promote contextual understanding and reflection on experiences.</p></li></ul><p>Fellows consistently go on to some of the top medical, nursing, public health, health management, and education programs in the nation and several have received the most prestigious scholarships and awards at their respective institutions.</p><p>To apply for the fellowship, please press the "<strong>Apply Now</strong>" button on the <a href="" target="_blank">Project Horseshoe Fellowship Application </a>page to download a copy of the application. Completed applications can be emailed to <strong><a href=""></a>. </strong></p>89
Paul Gerhardt, Jr. Summer Public Interest Intern, 1000 Friends of Oregon (Portland, Oregon)<p>​</p><span aria-hidden="true"></span><span><p>​1000 FRIENDS OF OREGONPAUL GERHARDT, JR. INTERNSHIP</p><p>1000 Friends of Oregon is a forty-three year old public interest organization that advocates smart growth through comprehensive land use and transportation planning, using Oregon’s renowned planning program. We work with Oregonians across the state to enhance the quality of life for all, by building livable urban and rural communities and protecting family farms and forests.The Gerhardt Internship was established in 1986 to commemorate the life and work of 1000 Friends' first land use planner, Paul Gerhardt, Jr.PURPOSEThe purpose of the internship is to provide an opportunity for on-the-job experience for planning students or those in similar fields, especially for those interested in public service.TERMSThe position is for 35 hours per week for 10 weeks, at the 1000 Friends’ Portland office. A stipend of $4,500 is provided. Limited additional funds are available for assistance with travel expenses to and from Portland.</p><p>DESCRIPTION OF WORK:</p><p>SUPERVISION</p><p>The intern will work on one or two large projects, such as 1000 Friends’ efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through linking land use and transportation planning, ensuring communities plan for affordable and diverse housing, or to preserve farm land. The intern might also work on smaller, short-term projects to gain a wider acquaintance with Oregon's land use program. Supervision will be provided by the 1000 Friends’ staff member overseeing each project.</p><p>SELECTION CRITERIA</p><p>The criteria used in selecting the intern include academic excellence, demonstrated interest in public service, evidence of initiative, and the ability to work independently. Preference will be given to undergraduates majoring in planning or a related field and graduates who have not yet begun graduate school. However, students in graduate school will be considered. Law students are specifically excluded.</p><p>APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINES</p><p>Applications should include a cover letter, resume, academic transcript, writing sample, and two reference letters, including at least one from a professor familiar with the applicant’s work. References should offer a confidential evaluation of the applicant's qualifications as measured against the criteria above and should be sent directly to 1000 Friends of Oregon; references should provide full contact information. The writing sample can be on any topic and need not be lengthy.</p><p>Complete applications, including reference letters, must be received by Wednesday, February 20, 2019. The intern will be selected by Thursday, March 28, 2019 and will be notified by phone shortly thereafter. Those not selected will be informed by letter. </p><p>Please send applications to:</p><p>Gerhardt Internship</p><p>1000 Friends of Oregon</p><p>133 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 201</p><p>Portland, Oregon 97204-2515</p><p>or via email to the <a href=""></a></p><p>For additional information about the organization, check our web site, <a href=""></a>; or email Robin Jennings, Administrative Assistant, at <a href=""></a>.</p></span><span aria-hidden="true"></span>91

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