Held in the nation’s capital, the PPIA Public Service EXPO serves as a creative commons for prospective applicants to public policy and international affairs schools, for individuals seeking public service careers and internships, and for strengthening a community of high-impact individuals.
When: Friday, July 19, 2013, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Where: Katzen Arts Center, American University, Washington, DC
Attendance is FREE – Register here.
Want to exhibit? Non-member graduate schools, non-profits, public
and private sector entities welcome – Register here.
About the EXPO
Who should attend?
The EXPO brings together representatives of some of the nation’s top graduate programs in public policy and international affairs and employers seeking highly qualified individuals who are committed to public service under one roof. Undergraduates and graduate students alike can benefit from the expertise and guidance they can access through this event.
A list of school’s and employers who attended last year can be found here.
Learn about the graduate school admissions process!
Attendees of the EXPO receive unparalleled access to decision makers in the admissions process at the nation’s top policy schools. Prospective applicants have an opportunity to ask questions about various policy programs, what makes a strong candidate, and carefully consider which programs align with their interests and careers.
Find careers and internships in public policy and international affairs!
As many graduate programs emphasize career experience as an essential part of a competitive application, the Expo encourages attendees to visit the various employers that offer information about careers and internships in public service.
Be part of a community!
Recognizing the importance of networks, the Expo provides a crucial meeting point for over 200 students each year to exchange of ideas, information, and inspiration. The EXPO also offers students attending PPIA’s 2013 Junior Summer Institutes the opportunity to meet each other and connect with program alumni in Washington, DC.