City of Fishers Partnership - O'Neill School Graduate Fellowship
Through a partnership between the City of Fishers and The O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington, the city is offering one 1-year fellowship for a graduating MPA student. The City fellowship will begin this summer, following graduation (~June 1st). This position would gain significant local government experience working closely with City leadership on a variety of projects. Interested candidates should connect with City of Fishers representatives at the PSA Career Focus Fair and follow up with the Career Hub regarding applications in the spring.
Brazil Government Graduate Internship Program
The Brazil Government Internship Program is a partnership between O’Neill and the Brazilian federal government through the Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (ENAP). The mission of this international internship program is to provide O’Neill graduate students with invaluable professional experiences within their field of study while also placing students into diverse workplace settings.
ENAP is a school of government and the federal executive branch, which offers training in Public Administration to federal public servants. An O’Neill search committee will identify graduate students to participate in the program and ENAP will match them with one of the 20 Brazilian Ministries fitting to the student’s background and concentrations. Previous placements have included the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Education, and the Ministry of Planning, Development and Management. This is a culturally immersive internship program which includes a combination of interning within the ministry, a focused research project, and Brazilian government site visits. Participants will be living, working, and socializing with Brazilian people on a daily basis.
Grant Thornton Idea
The Grant Thornton Institute for Data Exploration for Risk Assessment and Management, or GT-IDEA, is designed to prepare students to become the next generation of effective industry leaders. GT-IDEA students will gain experience working on real industry issues, engage in case studies and competitions, and benefit from interactions with established risk assessment and management practitioners from Grant Thornton.
With a focus on assessing risk both in terms of service delivery exposure and/or client risk, the mission of GT-IDEA is to leverage disruptive technology and unlock innovation in the market by integrating leading edge technology with business and policy.
This interdisciplinary institute was established with a generous gift from Grant Thornton LLP, a leading consulting and accounting firm.
To learn more or get involved, contact co-director and O’Neill senior lecturer, B. Andrew Chupp at firstname.lastname@example.org