Shared on behalf of Texas A&M University and the Bush School of Government & Public Service!
The Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University seeks undergraduate students interested in restoring trust in public service and leading the way. We host an annual Public Service Weekend for those who have self-identified as future public servants interested in nonprofits, government at all levels (agencies and elected office), policy fields like health and education, development, cyber and homeland security, pandemic preparedness, emergency mgmt., intelligence, diplomacy, int’l economics, and more.
For a few hours late afternoon on Friday, October 29 (2:30-6:15 PM) and the morning of Saturday, October 30 (10:00 AM-12:45 PM), attendees will hear about public service careers and what benefits they offer, participate in a career workshop, attend breakout sessions over various career sectors, join a faculty-led discussion, have Q&A opportunities with both an alumni panel and current students panel, learn the graduate admissions timeline and how to be competitive, and discover how grad school funding works. Network and fuel your passion for service while learning the next steps to take from professionals who live it!
WHAT: Public Service Weekend hosted by the Bush School at Texas A&M
WHEN: October 29-30 (Fri-Sat), 2021
WHERE: ONLINE via Zoom
WHO: Those who exhibit leadership skills, demonstrate an interest in public service, support diversity, and have a 3.0+ GPA (or other marks of academic distinction)
Click here to REGISTER
APP DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 26.
We will provide reminders and a Zoom link days before the event.
Still have questions? Email or call us at the number below. We’ll be glad to help.
Kathryn Meyer & Ashlee Treadway
Bush School Admissions
Texas A&M University