Shrinking budgets and political gridlock have made getting federal government grants even more competitive. This hands-on workshop will give you practical experience and guidance to help you win federal support.
The EMPA's week-long National and International Field Experience courses can be incredibly eye opening for new and veteran leaders alike. For the National Field Experience, students have an opportunity to go to Washington D.C. to visit the sources of national policy with live case studies. Over the course of a week, students meet with national agency representatives, members of Congress and their staff, the President's staff, and lobbyists and issue advocates.
Our Executive MPA is a selective program where you will take classes with a cohort of other seasoned and talented peers. While rigorous, the program requires 45 quarter hours of credit rather than the 60 hours required by our conventional MPA degree. It is designed to be completed in 24 months and to meet the unique needs of busy public-sector professionals.
In November 2011, the Center for Public Service and the Ho Chi Minh Academy of Politics and Public Administration delivered a custom and comprehensive international field experience for Executive MPA students centered on the development of new governance processes and structures, as well as new modes of leadership.
In response to unprecedented levels of retirements in the public sector, the Hatfield School's Center for Public Service launches an exciting new initiative: the Mark. O Hatfield Resident Fellows Program.
Jenn Director Knudsen, Harold Schnitzer Family Program in Judaic Studies
Monday, January 23, 2012 - 1:53pm
Sandy Cardin, president of the Charles & Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, will speak about "The Jewish Community of the Future" at the 7th annual Gus & Libby Solomon Memorial Lecture, Feb 23 at 7 p.m.