Many of you have met Maxwell Alum Eric Ennis (MPA ’14), either through the MPA Colloquium or via participating in his 2015 Maxwell Syracuse Challenge. Despite these notable achievements, Eric is also working on more innovative programming in his current role as the City of Syracuse’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) coordinator, including his role as the 40 Below Transit Task Force. Continue reading Allez Eric, Allez
Over the past two days, we have talked about State Department Internships, as well as how to make your application stand out. Now, I’d like to touch on how the department selects its interns. Much of this is laid out in the Student Internship Program Brochure. Continue reading How the State Department Selects Interns
On Friday, we spoke about State Department Internships, what they are and how they can benefit graduate students. Now, since the Department’s internship application opens today, I thought it would be good to talk about how to make your application stand out and secure the internship placement that fits your strengths. Continue reading How to Make Your DoS Internship Stand Out!
Each year, the MAIR program has a number of students pursue internships with the U.S. Department of State at home and abroad. The class that entered in 2013 could count among their number students who worked in the US Embassy in Cyprus, the US Embassy in the Philippines, US Embassy in Singapore as well as colleagues in the bureaus of African Affairs, Conflict and Stabilization Operations, International Security and Non-Proliferation, and Population, Refugees and Migration. Since the Department’s Internship Application will open on Monday, September 2, 2014 and close on October 17, 2014, those of you interested in the opportunity will need to work quickly to make sure that your application materials are submitted on time. More information about State Department Internships is below the fold. Continue reading Interning with the Department of State
We just finished our 2014 MAIR Orientation. As part of this, we were thrilled to welcome back several great alumni who shared tales of their time at Maxwell. While all of them spoke fondly of their time at Maxwell, they mentioned that they valued the friendships they built the most. One of the great things about studying at the Maxwell School is that there is a great sense of community among the students. This community supports all PAIA students as they move through their academic life at Syracuse and build their careers after they leave the Eggers complex. Continue reading Building a Community at Maxwell
Good morning everyone and welcome (or welcome back) to the Maxwell School for the fall semester of 2014.
Best of luck on your fall semester work, and please keep watching us for interesting tips on the job search, collecting alumni stories, and promoting the work of our graduate students at home and abroad.
The following interview between Aditee Maskey and Kyung Hwa Kim, documented in 2004. The interview details Ms. Maskey’s thoughts on working with the ILO and UNICEF.
Given that all of you are striving to make your resumes stand out from thousands of other applications, it may be worth your time to read the article titled “Make Your Resume Count,” by the Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group’s Deb Berman.
You can read fuller excerpts below the jump.
Alesha Black is a MAIR graduate of the Maxwell School who has worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation since 2007.
On Friday, February 28, she led a live Facebook chat on how the Gates Foundation’s investments in agriculture impacts the lives of the world’s poorest citizens. Read the full transcript on Facebook.
Several years ago, an alum forwarded PAIA staff an article written by Mr. Peter Vogt for Monster.com, discussing several search challenges faced by graduate students. Given the hyper-competitive nature of today’s search environment, these issues are as relevant today as when the article was written.