2014 Public Policy Handbook

The Public Policy Handbook provides your students with resources for 325+ internships and after-graduation fellowships with legislatures, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, advocacy organizations, federal and state agencies, and other institutions engaged in policy analysis and implementation.  These positions utilize problem identification skills, policy research, analysis of the decision-making process and end result policies, advocacy, and policy implementation – and allow students to develop expertise in specific policy areas such as national security, health care policy, technology and science.

“With a professional background in policy and advocacy, I tend to work closely with the students who are interested in pursuing careers in these areas.  Before the Public Policy Handbook was introduced, there was only a patchwork of resources available to help guide these students to the most relevant opportunities.  The Handbook is the perfect resource for giving students a broad overview of all of the exciting opportunities that exist for them in the policy and advocacy arena.” 


 Eric J. Stern, Director of Operations, Judicial Clerkships and Government Career Advisor, University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall)

Subscription Information:
The Public Public Handbook is a web-based annual publication. The subscription cost is $250 for the January-December 2014 edition.

Questions?  Please feel free to contact Barbara Carlson (barbc@email.arizona.edu)