The Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget is seeking two interns to begin work in early January. These interns will assist the OPB staff in analyzing the fiscal impact of legislation being heard by the Georgia General Assembly. Interns will work in a fast-paced environment and enjoy many opportunities to learn more about politics, state government and the legislative process.
Graduate students or recent graduates are preferred and all majors are encouraged to apply. Interns will receive an hourly stipend based upon their education level. Interns are required to work 20 to 40 hours per week and will begin as soon as possible.
To apply for this position, please email or fax your resume, a cover letter, reference list and a writing sample to email@example.com or 404-656-5947 with “OPB Internship” in the subject line.
You can earn audit credit through the Division of Professional Practice for this internship!
Georgia Tech Model United Nations for New York– needed, 2 more delegates
- Country-Representation: Greece
- Participation fee: approx 250 to 300 $ (includes Hotel, Flight, Fees).
- 2 Credit Hours of GA Tech credit
- expected Workload 5-6h per week from now, up to 10h/week in month leading up to conference
- Conference dates: March 28 – April 01
- only 2 spots left
- take-in ASAP
We look for candidates that take participation seriously and who are very reliable.
If you are interested, please send an email that includes a paragraph about your interest and/or experience to Professor Kirk Bowman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jennifer Clark, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, has been awarded the 2009 Regional Studies Association Best Book Award for her book Remaking Regional Economies (co-authored with Susan Christopherson). Continue reading
Prof. Janelle Knox-Hayes, who has recently joined the SPP faculty, sends this message: “I did this program as an undergraduate and it was fantastic. I think this would be a great program to recommend to our qualified juniors.”
The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs is pleased to announce that the 2010 PPIA Junior Summer Institute will be held at Princeton University from June 10 through July 30, 2010. The goal of the program is to prepare students for graduate study and careers in public policy and international affairs. This goal is achieved by providing participants with the tools of critical thinking, speaking, writing, and quantitative reasoning and with the skills and experiences necessary to create, analyze, implement, evaluate, and affect policy in a multicultural, multiethnic society.
The application deadline is November 1, 2009.
The brochure is available at http://wws.princeton.edu/jsi/ and the online application form is available through the Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship Program (PPIA)
The Kaiser Family Foundation has a useful tool for comparing various proposals currently under discussion. At their website you can compare any of 11 different plans, including the latest iterations in congressional plans, the proposals of individual members of Congress, and the position of the Obama administration.
Family weekend will be September 25-26. In the IAC, we will host a reception at the Habersham Building Courtyard on Friday Sept. 25. It is a wonderful chance to get to know your professors and administration — and for them to get to know you and your family too!
Don’t forget to register by September 9 to prevent a late fee!
Check out the GT Family Weekend site here.
Seniors applying for Rhodes, Marshall, Gates, Churchill, and Mitchell nationally competitive scholarships should have materials in by Thursday, September 10th at noon to Room 105 C of the French Building. Continue reading
The Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Office of Policy Analysis and Research (OPAR) is seeking student interns for the Fall 2009 semester. Ideal candidates will balance technical skills with an interest in public policy. The work environment is a small team of policy analysts in an information technology research laboratory. For application information contact Moon Kim email@example.com.
Governor’s Interns work in a fast-paced environment and gain a wide-range of experience in politics and government. The internship provides many opportunities for students to learn more about state government and become involved in the legislative process. Continue reading
Georgia Department of Economic Development (#5934): Econ, INTA, Mgmt, PP, ST&C in Atlanta Continue reading