Connection. Collaboration. Commitment. Career: Your Future in Public Service
On Thursday, September 13, 2012, NYU Wagner hosted the NYC Idealist.org Panel and Grad Fair. A panel of NYU Wagner faculty and administrators discussed the importance of making cross-sector connections, collaborating with peers globally, and committing to a vision to bring about meaningful change. How can you best position yourself professionally to help bring about meaningful change across fields, sectors, and geographic boundaries?
What is the current state of public service – locally, nationally, and globally? What makes a great public service leader? How can you prepare yourself for a career in public service? These questions and more were answered in this dynamic discussion.
Panelists from New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Scott Fritzen, Associate Dean (Academic Affairs) and Visiting Professor of Public Policy
Bethany Godsoe, Executive Director, Research Center for Leadership in Action and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration
Toni Harris, Director, Career Services
Ellen Schall, Dean and Martin Cherkasky Professor of Health Policy & Management
David Schachter, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration.