Calling all graduate students studying and living in Boston:
Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the City of Boston’s “Urban Mechanic” seeks hard working applicants, dedicated to public service for the Boston Urban Mechanics Program – Policy Institute and Fellowship Program.
The Boston Urban Mechanics Program is a fellowship and internship program for students interested in policy creation and development in the City of Boston. Working with Mayor Menino, Cabinet Chiefs, and department heads, urban mechanic fellows and interns will be challenged to create new policies that will improve city services for constituents of the City of Boston.
The Boston Urban Mechanics Program – Fellowship is for recent graduate degree recipients; assignments are two-year appointments with a rotation component. Fellows will learn about the mission and work of City departments working along side Cabinet Chiefs, Department Heads and senior staff, while participating in professional development and educational seminars.
The Boston Urban Mechanics Program – Policy Institute is an eight week internship for graduate students. Interns will work in a cohort, generating and implementing creative and thoughtful new policies to benefit the City of Boston.
For more information, please contact Patricia Boyle-McKenna at (617) 635-1397 or Patricia.BoyleMcKenna [AT] cityofboston.gov