Louis Berger Fellowship Program

September 15, 2016

From 2009 to 2016 the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, in cooperation with The Louis Berger Group, Inc., collaborated to create a graduate internship/fellowship program that enabled Bloustein School Master of City and Regional Planning (MCRP) and Master of Public Policy (MPP) students to be considered for a comprehensive fellowship award and earn internship credit while taking on a professional experience internship at one of the leading consulting organizations in the country.

The Louis Berger Group strives to meet the needs of the communities it serves by working with clients to address current and upcoming issues related to key areas, both domestic and international. Areas of focus include environmental services, construction, transit, highways and bridges, aviation, and energy, as well as other planning, policy, and management activities. This program provided students the opportunity to complete and fund their educational experiences, and at the same time perform professional work with The Louis Berger Group under the direction of the organization’s senior-level management in one of its<br>global offices.

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