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The fellows learned valuable skills specific to local government that they can use in their future careers. They built long-lasting relationships with city/town managers, supervisors, and other local government officials in their jurisdictions.
The Summer City Management Fellows Program is designed to attract
and develop talented emerging
Through this recently launched program, selected University of Delaware MPA, MPP, MPH, MA, and 4+1 MPA students have the opportunity to translate a passion for public service into practice through work placements with Delaware city/town managers.
The 2021 host municipalities included:
Through direct mentorship from a Delaware city manager and key management staff, City Management Fellows:
Interested in learning more about the Fellows' experience? View this GIS Story Map for highlights from the 2019 UD Summer City Management Fellows.
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Current UD senior-level undergraduate, 4+1, master’s, or doctoral students with a career interest in city management.
UD ICMA Student Chapter member.
Commitment to 30 hours/week in either the (1) ten-week session from June 5 to August 11, which satisfies the MPA Internship requirement, or (2) eight-week session from July 3 to August 25.
Ability to attend mandatory orientation on Thursday, June 1, 2023.
Ability to commute to or live near your host municipality in the summer.
To apply for Summer 2023, email your resume and a 2-page policy brief to Program Manager Lisa Moreland Allred by March 10, 2023.
O’Hanlon and Lisa Allred will screen candidates. Selected candidates will participate
in an interview with a Delaware local government manager.
For more information about the Summer City Management Fellows Program, contact Program Manager Lisa Moreland Allred.