If you are looking to hire someone with the skills and aptitude needed to conduct statistical analysis, dive into a complex research project, write clear and concise memos and reports, perform program evaluations, analyze financial information, and understand the political and economic factors that drive public policy and organizational management, we invite you to partner with us.
Our students complete a core curriculum providing a broad base of skills in management, quantitative analysis, budgeting, policy analysis, and program evaluation. These skills can be used in any variety of organizations committed to solving our society’s most complicated problems. Students in our MPA program are required to complete a 400-hour internship. This experience supplements and guides students’ career interests related to specific policy areas and skills. Currently the Evans School offers 8 policy areas of emphasis. For more information about the Evans School’s commitment to diversity, and its impact on our teaching approach to policy, please see our Blueprint for Diversity.
Evans School MPA students and graduates are highly skilled and eager to contribute their talents. We invite employers to engage with us in the following ways:
Register for an Upcoming Recruiting Event
2019 Federal Careers Mixer - October 30, 2019 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Federal employees from across the WA, OR, ID, AK region are invited to join the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance for our second annual Puget Sound area Federal Careers Mixer on the University of Washington, Seattle campus. Mingle with other Region 10 federal employees, current graduate students in Public Administration, and friends of the Evans School. This free event is not a job fair, but a chance for students to talk with federal employees and learn what it's like to work in various agencies, gain insight into federal service, and hear about pathways or types of opportunities in the federal government. Please register below and join us for an evening of relationship building on October 30, 2019.
Employer Education Webinars
Join career services partners from around the University of Washington for a series of free online Employer Education Workshops designed to support you in being as successful as possible in your development of internship programs at your organization, and your recruitment efforts on campus. Dates are updated throughout the year, and registration is rolling for all webinars.
How to Start an Internship Program – free online webinar
How to Be an Awesome Intern Manager – free online webinar
Millennials have Graduated – Meet Gen Z! – free online webinar