at the University of Massachusetts Boston
Recognizing the talent and potential of women from every community, and guided by the urban mission of an intellectually vibrant and diverse university in the heart of Boston, the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy seeks to expand the involvement of women in politics and policies that affect them, their families, and their communities.
Boston City Councilors Speak as Part of Go Local! Series co-sponsored by CWPPP and MWPC
Boston City Councilors Andrea Campbell, Lydia Edwards, Kim Janey, Annissa Essaibi George, and Ayanna Pressley spoke on a recent panel co-organized by CWPPP and the Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus. The next event will be on May 7.
- Applications are being accepted on a space-available basis for the Gender, Leadership and Public Policy graduate certificate program to begin this September. GREs are not needed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Thanks to a grant from the Cummings Foundation, 10 paid internships per year are available to students placed in nonprofit organizations. Visit their website here.
- Learn more about McCormack Graduate School's Master of Public Administration-GLPP track.