Three Bloustein School undergraduates who participated in the Rutgers Summer Service Washington DC (RSS DC) internships discuss their reasons for participating, including its impact on academic and professional growth and the impact the experience has had on their future.
On July 27th, Governor Murphy’s office posted a video on X (Twitter) with the caption, “Happy National Intern Day to our incredible interns in the Governor’s Office! We are lucky to have such bright, talented students on board our team.” Two of the interns featured were Awn Rizvi ( MPP ’24), and Nashia Basit (MPP/MCRP ’24).
This paid, 10-week internship will run from June 13 to August 17 and is open for any graduate or undergraduate students who are interested in researching public policy issues and contributing to the Policy Lab’s body of work by writing blogs, creating charts, researching policy issues, and helping with research studies.
Bloustein Career Fair provides graduate students with opportunity to network, discuss employment options
The Bloustein School’s Career Center hosts meet and greet career fair for graduate students in all programs in both the fall and the spring.
Barbara Heskins Davis, PP, AICP, Vice President of Programs at The Land Conservancy of New Jersey, visited the Bloustein School early in the semester to begin a conversation with graduate students about how interns play an integral role in the projects and programs...
Now in its sixth year, the Louis Berger Fellows program at the Bloustein School provides the opportunity for graduate students in urban planning or public policy to earn internship credit with one of the leading consulting organizations in the country. At the...
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and The Louis Berger Group are pleased to announce the Louis Berger Graduate Fellows for the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year: Channing Bickford, Jonathan Castaneda, Roman Titov and Ai Yamanaka. Now in its...
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