Center for Public and Nonprofit Management


FellowshipsTo cultivate the next generation of public and nonprofit leaders while assisting organizations on real-world projects, the Center for Public & Nonprofit Management coordinates fellowship programs within the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs: 

The Dively Fellowship Program 
In an effort to promote community development and neighborhood revitalization, the George S. Dively award for Corporate Leadership in Urban Development provides opportunities for students to receive hands-on opportunities to work with various community-based organizations. Learn more. »  

The Local Government Fellowship Program
Organizations enrolled in Public Management Academy cohort 5 were invited to pitch process-improvement projects to the Center’s team. The team awarded two Public Management Academy projects the opportunity to host high-achieving Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs students for Spring 2021. The Center seeks to bridge the gap between the academic and real-world components of Urban Affairs. The fellowship program will provide students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their fields of interest, while providing Public Management Academy project assistance. The fellows will participate in professional development training and community engagement activities. Learn more. »