Student Resources

​Important Information for Students:

Job Openings and Internships: 

  • The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is now accepting applications for the Spring 2016 internship class. As a KC intern, you will taking an important step on your career path by working with leading professionals at the nation’s largest performing arts institution, and play an important role in helping to produce some of the greatest artistic achievements of our time. For more information and to apply, please visit Applications are due November 15, 2015.  

  • University of Maryland recently launched a search for a new Academic Advisor in the School of Public Policy. The opening was posted late last week ( and has a best consideration date of this Friday, November 6, 2015.


  • City of Auburn - Clerk Intern.pdf
  • NASPAA is launching its first ever alumni survey. The data collected will provide important information regarding alumni’s thoughts on the education received and how their MPA degree has impacted their job prospects.  
  • Public Administration/Policy Announcements

    The Michigan Association of Planners (MAP) is holding their annual conference at the Renaissance Center in Detroit from October 7-9.  MAP offers a discounted student registration and has sessions on economic development, housing, and other issues related to local government planning.  See the brochure for more details, the deadline for registration is October 1. 

    The City of Royal Oak is looking for an Assistant to the City Manager.  See the full posting for more information. 

    There is an opportunity for the Assistant to the City Administrator position in Grand Ledge.

    If you are interested in economic development, the City of Otsego is hiring a Main Street Manager to oversee downtown development and volunteer recruitment. 

    The Michigan Municipal League assists communities with filling job vacancies.  To subscribe to our job postings, click here and sign up.  To join our LinkedIn group, follow this link

    Conact Jessica Reed, Program Coordinator at 734-669-6325.