The Office of Career Services is dedicated to supporting you with career guidance, resources and variety of services, including professional development workshops, individual career counseling, resume/cover letter review, Myers-Briggs assessment, mock interviews, and enhance alumni networking. This area of support also offers assistance in facilitating summer internships around the city, nation, and throughout the world enabling classroom instruction to be experienced in actual public policy opportunities.
SPP students and alumni are welcome to make career counseling appointments with the Office of Career Services. To do so, email the Office of Career Services.
MPP 608 or the Professional Development Requirement aims to get students out of the classroom to experience policy in action. The Office of Career Services and other organizations on campus provide on-campus professional development opportunities. Or students can take advantage of off-campus opportunities as well. For more details, see the Professional Development page.