- Fellowship with the Citizen Research Council of Michigan: The CRC will be offering a fellowship for the upcoming academic year (2014-15) to a Masters of Public Administration or Masters of Public Policy student. The fellowship covers tuition, up to $25,000 per year, and pays a stipend of $17,000 for the academic year. Students are expected to work at CRC approximately 30 hours per week. The fellow can work at our Livonia or Lansing office. Applications need to be received by the CRC by March 15, 2014.
- Internship with the Citizen Research Council of Michigan: The CRC also offers a limited number of unpaid internships to undergraduate and graduate students. Interns work directly with one of CRC’s researchers. The internships provide an excellent opportunity to get hands on research experience. There is no fixed deadline for internship applications. We will review these as they are received. I hope that you will forward this information to students who you think would benefit from this opportunity. Applications need to be received by the CRC by March 15, 2014.
- Part-Time Teaching Opportunities in Kalamazoo, Lansing, and Battle Creek: The School of Public Affairs and Administration seeks qualified instructors for individual courses beginning summer semester (June) 2014 and thereafter, for the WMU nationally accredited MPA program. Courses include topics in nonprofit, health care, and state and local government administration.
- Career Services: Whether you are headed into the academy, industry, government, education, or somewhere else, you need a career plan to reach your goals. WMU Career Services can help. To make an appointment call (269) 387-2745 or contact Kelli Cummings.
- Non-Profit Operations and Program Manager: opportunity available with a long-standing nonprofit in the Kalamazoo area for a Operations and Program Manager with 4+ years of recent non-profit experience. As a Operations and Program Manager in this role you will oversee the organizations programs for the under-privileged in Kalamazoo County. Candidates will review all the reporting for grants, analyzing the needs by extrapolating the data, conducting general analysis of the available programs at the local level while taking into consideration the economic trends.
- Public Administration Tenure Track: The Division of Public Administration at Northern Illinois University (NIU) has anticipated two tenure track positionsin Public Administration, specializing in Local Government Management. Materials will continue to be accepted and reviewed until both positions are filled.