Fels National Invitational Policy Challenge: Wagner Finals

In 2012, the NYU Wagner proposal Kinvolved took home the grand prize for the Fels Institute’s inaugural Public Policy Challenge, an interdisciplinary competition that encourages students interested in any issue area to "turn policy ideas into action." This year, NYU Wagner teams are tackling issues like education, gun control, and food policy in hopes of having the chance to compete at nationals in Philadelphia for $15,000 in prize money and access to incredible networking opportunities.

Be in the room as Wagner chooses from among our three semi-finalists one team to represent us on the national stage this year!

From the Fels website:
“The National Invitational Public Policy Challenge, hosted by the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania and presented by Governing Magazine, is an unparalleled opportunity for students to learn, connect, and serve. Modeled after MBA business plan competitions, the competition challenges student teams to develop a policy proposal and civic campaign plan to achieve significant change in their community. Teams from graduate schools across the country will compete in March 2013 for the Second Annual National Invitational Challenge!”

We hope to see you there!