How can you turn a passion for justice and social change into a rewarding career?
If you’re interested in a career in public service, but aren’t sure where to start, or if you’re already on your path and want to hear from the leading voices in the industry, then don’t out on the Leadership Careers In Public Policy panel on March 8th!
Speakers will include NYU Vice Provost Melody Barnes who served as Former Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council. She will be joined by policy experts with a range of perspectives- from background in clean energy and environmental issues to public health. The program will include a brief presentation from the Office of Global Awards on best practices for honing your personal narrative and an introduction to the Truman Scholarship, a prestigious award for undergraduate juniors with an interest in a public service career.
Space is limited, RSVP here: bit.ly/PublicPolicyLeaders!