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The Harvard Kennedy School's Public Policy Summer Program for Rising Seniors is designed to empower talented students with a passion for public policy and international affairs. This rigorous 7-week summer initiative is aimed at preparing a diverse group of individuals for the challenges of graduate school and cultivating a deeper understanding of career opportunities in public service fields.
Participants will engage in valuable courses and co-curricular activities. Additionally, the program includes an innovative Public Policy Incubator where small groups work on real-world policy projects, and gain valuable skills in communication, policy memo writing, and professional presentations.
The program covers full tuition, housing and meals, travel reimbursement, books, GRE preparation, and a $2,000 stipend for living expenses. Furthermore, successful participants who are later admitted to a PPIA graduate school will receive a guaranteed scholarship of at least $5,000.
Apply here by Nov. 15!
Meet Natalie Gutierrez, a junior Computer Science major with a minor in Business Technology!
Natalie is a part of the Developer Student Club and First Gen Canes. Reflecting on her previous semesters, she has come to realize the valuable lesson that you should be confident in your abilities. She says it's important remember that everyone is on their own learning journey and that there's no need to compare yourself unfavorably to others.
Natalie says that Using Toppel’s resources has helped her to #UShine and achieve her career goals by perfecting her resume and cover letter, making connections within her industry through Cane2Cane, and learning how to both navigate her industry and build on essential skills by using Forage.
As a career coach, Natalie says that she has become very knowledgeable about Toppel's various resources which allows her to use them to the best of their capabilities. She says that coming into drop-in as a student and gaining guidance from a career coach can help all other students be just as knowledgeable as well and will help them reach their career goals.
Piece of Advice:
“Failure is a natural part of growth. Learning from mistakes can lead to personal and professional development.”