Job Openings and Internships:

The City of Fort Collins is seeking candidates for our Graduate Management Assistant program.

The City of Fort Collins, CO is accepting applications for the position of Graduate Management Assistant. This position provides future municipal leaders an opportunity to catapult their careers and learn from seasoned professionals in a community consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the country. Come find out the “secret sauce” of Fort Collins in a position that is equal parts work and fun. The Management Assistant will have the opportunity to learn about the inner-workings of a full-service city, make a difference in day-to-day projects, engage regularly with city leaders, and contribute to the organization at the executive leadership level.


The City of Fort Collins is nationally renowned for:

  • A strong tradition of community engagement
  • Having world-class staff across the organization
  • Commitment to social, economic, and environmental sustainability
  • Being America’s most satisfied City according to Tim Magazine
  • Winning the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award

The Graduate Management Assistant program has contributed to the development of local government leaders who have gone on to become City Managers, Assistant Town Administrators and Assistants to City Managers. Each learned leadership, honed communication skills, participated on multidisciplinary teams and contributed meaningful (resume-building) work.


The Management Assistant will be involved in research, analytical work, and managing special projects. This position represents a one-year internship. Applicants must have completed or substantially completed coursework toward a Master of Public Administration or closely related degree by June 2019. Salary: $42,000 per year with excellent benefits. 


For more information and to apply visit

Michigan Senate - Senator Daley Internship Opportinity

Summary Position Description: The individual will provide assistance to the Senator and staff ranging in the areas of legislation, communications, constituent affairs, and general office management. Some responsibilities will include: monitoring legislation, preparing written correspondence, and conducting legislative research. 

Minimum Qualifications Include: Applicants should be enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate-level academic program and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. A basic understanding of the legislative process and computer office programs is helpful. 

Status: This is an unpaid position. Hours are negotiable and school credit can be arranged.
Governing Caucus: Republican. ​This is a non-civil service, at-will position.

Interested applicants please submit a resume and cover letter to:
Senator Daley P.O. Box 30036 Lansing, MI 48909 Email: 

City of Wichita Management Fellowship Program

Take a look at our website at to learn more about the program, and how to apply. Deadline to appy is February 8, 2019.

Recruiting Letter

2019 Wichita Fellowship Flyer


Tavon R. Watkins

Management Fellow

City Manager’s Office | City of Wichita

455 N. Main, Wichita, KS 67202

W: (316) 303-8052 |

Scholarship Contest

Puentes Abroad has just launched its annual Scholarship Contest to help fund professional and cultural immersion experiences in Argentina and Uruguay.  The Puentes internship programs funded by the scholarships provide meaningful and engaging internships in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Montevideo, Uruguay, together with personalized professional development, engaging cultural activities, and constant support before, during, and after the Puentes adventure.  The Scholarship application deadline is February 1, 2019, and there is an additional Early Bird Discount if you apply by January 1, 2019.  Find out more about the Puentes internship programs:

Helen and William Milliken Scholar Program

Michigan Environmental Council is pleased to announce The Helen and William Milliken Scholar Program, a competitive $6,000 internship for Michigan college students that will inspire the Great Lake State's next generation of environmental leaders.

Throughout their lives and careers, Helen Milliken and Governor William Milliken followed principle over political expediency to lead our state through difficult environmental conflicts with wisdom and foresight. In doing so, they honored and protected the water, land, fish and wildlife, and natural beauty that distinguish Michigan from all other places on Earth.

The Helen and William Milliken Scholar Program will provide an unsurpassed practical experience to Michigan college students who aspire to honor the Milliken legacy with a successful career in environmental law, policy and/or advocacy. Over time, we expect to see Milliken Scholars in top decision-making positions, leading Michigan to a healthy, sustainable and prosperous future.

Each year a Michigan college student will be selected through a competitive process. The winner will receive a $6,000 prize and complete 400 hours of service learning with the Michigan Environmental Council. Winners may complete their 400 hours of service learning during any 16-32 week span in the 12-month period following their selection.

The service learning experience will focus on a "big idea"—an innovative policy concept or cutting edge advocacy tool—that will help restore Michigan to its once-proud place as a global leader in natural resource conservation and environmental protection. Revolving around that "big idea," the internship will involve:

  • In-depth research and production of a written report that's ready to be shared with the world;
  • Intensive practice in policymaking processes and various forms of advocacy, including media communications, organizing and lobbying; and
  • Opportunities to build relationships and receive mentoring from leaders of Michigan's environmental community past and present.

Download the application with details on how to apply here. 

The deadline to apply is January 31, 2019.

Questions regarding the program can be directed to Elizabeth Fedorchuk,

White House Fellows Program 

Program mission

In the words of President Lyndon B. Johnson, the purpose of the White House Fellows Program is "to give the Fellows first-hand, high-level experience with the workings of the Federal Government and to increase their sense of participation in our national affairs." In describing the criteria for selection, President Johnson envisioned Fellows who "have demonstrated high moral character, exceptional ability, marked leadership qualities, and unusual promise of future development." For 50 years, the White House Fellows program has delivered on this vision. After their year of service, Fellows are expected to take their acquired skills and knowledge back to their communities to work as private citizens and as national leaders in their fields.  

Applicant eligibility

  1. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen.
  2. Federal government employees are not eligible, with the exception of career military personnel and some special government employees.
  3. Applicants must have completed their undergraduate education.
  4. Applications are available online in November and are due in January of each year and the Fellowship runs from August to August. 

Selection criteria

  1. A record of remarkable professional achievement early in one’s career.
  2. Evidence of leadership skills and the potential for further growth.
  3. A demonstrated commitment to public service.
  4. The skills to succeed at the highest levels of the Federal government, and the ability to work effectively as part of a team.  

The application can be accessed at

Washington D.C. Career Fair

Interested in a career in the Washington D.C. area?  

Are you looking for a new career? A better paying job?
This job fair is free to job seekers and allows you to connect face to face with top employers.
 A list of the attending employers and open positions will be sent to all registered candidates the week before the career fair. Register today!
Submit your resume to for advance consideration by the hiring managers.