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Jan
22
Mon
Master of Public Policy Information Session @ Temple University Center City, Room 206
Jan 22 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Master of Public Policy program offers an affordable education just steps from Philadelphia’s City Hall at Temple’s Center City Campus in the evening. Whether you are a recent college graduate or you’ve already started a career, the MPP program combines a robust research environment and real-world experience to help students learn the technical and analytic skills needed for successful careers in non-profit organizations, or in the private or public sector. Learn to assess, develop and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and activities of governments at the federal, local and state levels.

Stop in to learn more at this information session. The full presentation starts at 5:40 pm.

Feb
14
Wed
Priority Application Deadline for Summer 2018 Washington Semester
Feb 14 all-day

From politics and policy, non-profits and advocacy, to media and communications, law and criminal justice, to business and finance, and international affairs – the Washington Semester provides total immersion in these fields within government institutions and the private sector for one full academic semester. Modeled on study abroad programs, the Washington Semester offers participating students a chance to earn 15 academic credits (12 in summer) while living and interning in the nation’s capital.

Feb
15
Thu
Master of Public Policy Information Session @ Temple University Center City, Room 206
Feb 15 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Master of Public Policy program offers an affordable education just steps from Philadelphia’s City Hall at Temple’s Center City Campus in the evening. Whether you are a recent college graduate or you’ve already started a career, the MPP program combines a robust research environment and real-world experience to help students learn the technical and analytic skills needed for successful careers in non-profit organizations, or in the private or public sector. Learn to assess, develop and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and activities of governments at the federal, local and state levels.

Stop in to learn more at this information session. The full presentation starts at 5:40 pm.

Feb
22
Thu
IPA Internships Information Session @ 821 Anderson Hall
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us at any time between 2 and 4 pm for an information session on IPA’s full semester internship programs in Washington, DC and Harrisburg, PA. The programs are open to juniors and seniors of any college and major with a guaranteed internship placement for accepted students and stipends of $1500 for Harrisburg and $2500 for DC. Placements include politics and policy, advocacy, media and communications, law and criminal justice, education, healthcare, urban and environmental policy, and more!

Mar
7
Wed
Regular Application Deadline for Summer 2018 Washington Semester
Mar 7 all-day

From politics and policy, non-profits and advocacy, to media and communications, law and criminal justice, to business and finance, and international affairs – the Washington Semester provides total immersion in these fields within government institutions and the private sector for one full academic semester. Modeled on study abroad programs, the Washington Semester offers participating students a chance to earn 15 academic credits (12 in summer) while living and interning in the nation’s capital.

Mar
15
Thu
Master of Public Policy Information Session @ Temple University Center City, Room 206
Mar 15 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Master of Public Policy program offers an affordable education just steps from Philadelphia’s City Hall at Temple’s Center City Campus in the evening. Whether you are a recent college graduate or you’ve already started a career, the MPP program combines a robust research environment and real-world experience to help students learn the technical and analytic skills needed for successful careers in non-profit organizations, or in the private or public sector. Learn to assess, develop and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and activities of governments at the federal, local and state levels.

Stop in to learn more at this information session. The full presentation starts at 5:40 pm.

Apr
1
Sun
Priority Application Deadline for Fall 2018 Washington Semester
Apr 1 all-day

From politics and policy, non-profits and advocacy, to media and communications, law and criminal justice, to business and finance, and international affairs – the Washington Semester provides total immersion in these fields within government institutions and the private sector for one full academic semester. Modeled on study abroad programs, the Washington Semester offers participating students a chance to earn 15 academic credits (12 in summer) while living and interning in the nation’s capital.

 

Apr
11
Wed
Master of Public Policy Information Session @ Temple University Center City, Room 2016
Apr 11 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

The Master of Public Policy program offers an affordable education just steps from Philadelphia’s City Hall at Temple’s Center City Campus in the evening. Whether you are a recent college graduate or you’ve already started a career, the MPP program combines a robust research environment and real-world experience to help students learn the technical and analytic skills needed for successful careers in non-profit organizations, or in the private or public sector. Learn to assess, develop and evaluate the effectiveness of programs and activities of governments at the federal, local and state levels.

Stop in to learn more at this information session. The full presentation starts at 5:40 pm.

Apr
25
Wed
Application Deadline for Fall 2018 PA Capital Semester
Apr 25 all-day

Read more about this full-time semester in Harrisburg, PA open to all Temple students, and any undergraduate from other institutions.

PA Capital Semester students with Gov Wolf

May
9
Wed
Regular Application Deadline for Fall 2018 Washington Semester
May 9 all-day

From politics and policy, non-profits and advocacy, to media and communications, law and criminal justice, to business and finance, and international affairs – the Washington Semester provides total immersion in these fields within government institutions and the private sector for one full academic semester. Modeled on study abroad programs, the Washington Semester offers participating students a chance to earn 15 academic credits (12 in summer) while living and interning in the nation’s capital.