University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students have combined to complete more than 1,000 field service projects in Arkansas, across the United States, and around the world.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is now accepting applications for enrollment in its Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program for the fall of 2020.
Second-year student Jordan Sanders will work with the American Evaluation Association as a Graduate Diversity Education Intern (GEDI) for her Capstone project, the Clinton School’s culminating field service initiative.
For the 14th consecutive year, first-year students enrolled in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service’s Master of Public Service degree program have compiled a list of books they recommend others to read.
Jerome Wilson recently completed his International Public Service Project with African Prisons Project, a nonprofit organization with the vision to empower changemakers within prisons by providing them with legal training and services.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will enroll 42 new students in its Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program this fall. Located in downtown Little Rock on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park and in the River Market District, the Clinton School is the nation’s first to offer an MPS degree, both in a classic campus setting and online.
Robert Morris has spent the summer working as a Community Initiatives Intern with Arkansas Foodbank, the largest hunger relief organization in the state.
Maya Tims recently completed her International Public Service Project with Junior Achievement Tanzania, one of the world’s largest youth-serving NGOs that prepares the young people of Tanzania for employment and entrepreneurship.
Megan Grubb has been working with McClure Placemaking on the development of a placemaking roadmap for the City of Cabot, Arkansas. The “roadmap” will serve as an action plan to gather ideas from the people of Cabot on the future of their community, and compile strategies to execute those ideas.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.