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Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration graduate students are eligible to be considered for research assistantships that are generated with Biden School faculty and affiliated research centers. Research assistants engage in real-world projects, working side by side with faculty and professional staff, while receiving tuition support and stipend pay. Learn more about Biden School's graduate research assistantships.
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An internship is a paid work experience that has academic and professional value. Most Biden School graduate students complete an internship as part of the degree program. Learn more about graduate internships in public administration, public policy, disaster science, and more.
Gov. John Carney (MPA alumnus) networks with students at a recent event.
The University of Delaware's Legislative Fellows Program offers participants the opportunity to work directly with legislators during the six-month legislative session at the Delaware General Assembly. Through their nonpartisan, in-depth research, Fellows assist legislators
in addressing critical issues facing the state.
In recent years,
Fellows have worked on areas as diverse as land-use planning, education
reform, and juvenile justice. Learn more about the Legislative Fellows Program, managed by the Institute for Public Administration.
Local Government Management Fellows learn valuable skills specific to local government that they can use in their future careers. They build long-lasting relationships with city/town managers, supervisors, and other local government officials in their jurisdictions.
The UD Local Government Management Fellows (LGMF) Program is designed to attract and develop talented emerging professionals in local government. The program allows selected UD 4+1, Master of Public Policy (MPP), or Master of Public Administration (MPA) students to translate a passion for public service into practice through work placements with city and town managers in Delaware.
Recruitment begins in February. Candidates should be interested in a career in local government, members of the UD ICMA Student Chapter, and able to commute to, or live near, the host local government for a 10-week period in the summer. Fellows will receive a paid stipend from the municipality, which is administered by IPA. For more information, view the GIS Story Map for highlights from the 2019 UD Local Government Management Fellows and Local Government Management Fellows Program.