Master of Public Administration
"I interned with a nonprofit organization that I found on Idealist.org called FUELeducation, and I was later hired full time as the manager of communications. I worked closely with the organization’s program and development department to build awareness toward their work in and around college education reform and financial literacy."
Antonio Vázquez Brust
MS in Urban Informatics student on a Fulbright managed scholarship
"I really like how the program is connected to what is going on in Boston. We are just beginning it, and we’re going to have a live discussion with representatives from the city of Boston that deal with urban informatics. I’m loving it. I think it’s very hands-on.”
NAIOP Fellowship Recipient
Note: Winthrop Roosevelt graduated spring 2014. The Policy School is deeply committed to providing students with experiential learning opportunities whether locally in Boston, nationally or around the globe. Thanks to a number of generous donors, we’re able to award fellowships to des...
Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership
Stephen Donovan, a first year Master of Urban and Regional Policy student, was awarded the Metropolitan Boston Housing Partnership’s (MBHP) second annual Lowell Richards Fellowship. According to MBHP, the fellowship is designed to encourage young leaders to pursue a career in public service, specifically in urban development and issues related to affordable housing.
City of Boston Environment and Energy Office
Ashley McCulley, a second year Master of Urban and Regional Policy Student, spent her summer working at the City of Boston Environment and Energy Office thanks to the Stone Fellowship, which is generously supported by Cathy and Jim Stone.