A student during the 2013 Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy (SPA) at the Wilson School. Photo provided by Patrice Chavez.

Wilson School Hosts Summer Policy Academy for Students from Pueblo Nations

Jun 17, 2014
Published by: Eric Wilkens
Fourteen high school students from 14 Pueblo Nations in New Mexico will visit the Woodrow Wilson School from June 14-22, as part of the Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy (SPA).    The program, co-founded and co-directed by Regis Pecos ’77, chief of staff to the New Mexico House of Representatives Majority Floor Leader and director of legislative affairs for the House Majority Office, brings American Indian...
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Meet the 2014 Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute Fellows

Jun 13, 2014
Published by: Melissa Lyles
We would like to welcome the 28th cohort of students to our Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute (PPIA-JSI), the largest diversity program in the United States that promotes the inclusion and full participation of underrepresented groups in public service and advances their leadership roles throughout the U.S. and abroad. The program helps prepare undergraduate students for graduate study and careers in public policy...

PPIA/JSI Alumni Profile - Steeve Simbert

Jun 4, 2014
Published by: Melissa Lyles
In June 2013, I welcomed the 27th cohort of rising undergraduate seniors from across the country to our Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute (PPIA/JSI) program for students interested in public policy. Thirty –five students, hailing from 28 colleges and universities, were here for the seven-week program. 2013 PPIA/JSI CLASS - WOODROW WILSON SCHOOL OF PUBLIC & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS At the welcome event, one student...

Summer Flight

May 27, 2014
Published by: Melissa Lyles
One of the exciting features of our Master in Public Affairs (MPA) program is a 10-week-long summer internship during the summer between the first-and-second-year of our two-year program. Each student is required to intern at a professional level for an agency or organization that is relevant to their course of study and career interests.  From the moment students arrive during Math Camp, Ann Corwin, director of Career Services and Alumni...

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