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Volcker Alliance Spotlight: G2U Pittsburgh Promotes Public Service on Instagram
The Pittsburgh G2U Network recently launched a new Instagram campaign to raise awareness of career opportunities in the public sector.
Volcker Alliance 2020 Annual Report
As the pandemic upended the Alliance’s program plans for 2020, we took a step back to rethink and adapt our approach.
Public Service Education
ASU Graduates Its Third Class of Next Generation Service Corps Students
The NGSC Class of 2021 will be among the first students to join our national network of students and alumni united by a commitment to public service.
Finalists Announced for the 2021 Paul A. Volcker Career Achievement Medal
The Medal will be presented to one outstanding public servant who has worked in the federal government for over 20 years.
Celebrating Public Servants on the Front Lines and Behind the Scenes
News: Event Coverage
The Volcker Alliance hosted a panel to recognize and thank our public servants who have worked tirelessly during the pandemic.
Statement on Public Service Recognition Week
Public Service Recognition Week honors the people who serve our nation as federal, state, county, local, and tribal government employees.
Statement on the Passing of Vartan Gregorian, President of the Carnegie Corporation of New York
The Volcker Alliance mourns the passing of Vartan Gregorian, an extraordinary philanthropist, humanitarian, and scholar.
The Volcker Alliance Presents "Profiles in Moral & Ethical Leadership: The Legacy of President Jimmy Carter"
News: Event Coverage
Join us on April 7 at 3:30 p.m. EDT for a conversation with governors Kate Brown and Jay Inslee, and NextGen America founder Tom Steyer.
Volcker Alliance Will Host Panel on the Legacy of President Jimmy Carter
The virtual panel will feature Governor Kate Brown of Oregon, Governor Jay Inslee of Washington, and NextGen America founder Tom Steyer.
New Report Finds Stark Inequality in Government Hiring
New data reveals that qualified Black females are 58% less likely to be hired for a government job than white males.