MPA Job listCapital City Fellows Program

Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at
Thu Sep 4 15:37:12 MDT 2003

Capital City Fellows Program
The Capital City Fellows Program (CCFP) is an initiative of Mayor
Anthony Williams to attract recent graduates of master's degree programs
in public administration, public policy, urban planning, and related
fields to work for the city of Washington, DC. Candidates compete for
two-year fellowship appointments during which they complete four
six-month rotations in different city agencies, including the Office of
the City Administrator, Office of Personnel, Office of the Chief
Financial Officer, Department of Health, Department of Human Services,
Department of Public Works, Department of Transportation, and the
Metropolitan Police Department.

In addition to on-the-job training in their host agencies, Fellows are
given unique opportunities to meet with high-level city officials and
participate in educational and professional development seminars. The
program prepares Fellows to meet the challenges of local government
public service and develops management talent for the city.

A new class of Fellows starts working for the city each July. For the
2004 class, all applications must be postmarked by January 2, 2004.  For
more information and application materials, please go to:

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