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Paul A. Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest Invites Submissions!
Two undergraduate CUNY students aspiring to careers in public service have the chance to win $5,000 and much more.
Abriana Gonzalez and Nina Kambili Join the Volcker Alliance
The Volcker Alliance is excited to welcome Abri Gonzalez and Nina Kambili to the Volcker Alliance team as program assistants.
COVID-19 is breeding infrastructure postponements as states, cities slash budgets
Commentary: William Glasgall
COVID-19 is driving state and local governments to balance budgets by postponing infrastructure work and other initiatives.
Alliance Board Members, Richard Ravitch and Antonio Weiss, on Why Local Government Shortfalls Put the US Economy at Risk
Volcker Alliance board members, Richard Ravitch and Antonio Weiss, discuss whether states and cities could financially recover from the pandemic.
Volcker Alliance Spotlight on the North Carolina Talent Partnership: Strengthening Government-University Partnerships
North Carolina's Office of Strategic Partnerships is strengthening the talent pipeline linking college graduates with opportunities in state government.
Listen: Special Briefing on Fiscal and Operational Priorities for Cities in the COVID Crisis Era
News: Event Coverage
Experts discuss how US mayors are managing the fiscal, societal, and operational stresses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arslan Mohamed Reflects on the Future of Public Service
Commentary: Arslan Mohamed
Winner of the 2019 Paul A. Volcker Careers in Government Essay Contest pens op-ed in the Gotham Gazette.
Public Service Education
NextGen Service Hits the Ground Running!
The initiative is actively working with four universities to plan and implement public service learning opportunities for undergraduates.
The Volcker Alliance's Government-to-University Initiative Continues to Grow
Following the successful launch of the first three G2U networks, the initiative expands to Chicago and North Carolina.