Since 1977 the PMF Program has matched outstanding graduate students with exciting Federal opportunities. This rigorous, two-year paid fellowship includes challenging assignments, developmental assignments, and networking opportunities. Finalists appointed as PMFs are hired by Federal Agencies to engage in solving domestic and/or international issues in a variety of fields, such as public policy, foreign policy, business administration, engineering, science, technology, public health, cybersecurity, and more.
Join Bryan Kempton, Director of Career Services at the School of Public Policy, for an information session on Thursday, September 8th from 12:00pm - 1:15pm (Room Number TBD, but it will be in the Policy School) regarding the application process and opportunities that can result from being named a PMF Finalist.
More information about application and selection is available on the PMF website, at www.pmf.gov.
By registering for a Career Services event, your attendance is expected – barring extreme circumstances. If you register for an event and fail to attend without prior notice, your access to Career Service events WILL be suspended pending a meeting with the Career Services Director, Bryan Kempton