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Guide to a Great Education: 2011 MPA Guide

GovLoop is set to roll out several new features and resources in 2011. With this post, I am pleased to announce the first of what we hope will be a series of helpful guides designed to assist you in navigating various aspects of government.

Our first guide – the 2011 MPA Guide – was created by former GovLoop Fellow Julia Tanasic this past fall. I was just able to put the final editorial touches on it and couldn’t wait to share it with you below.

Since it’s the first cut at our “GovLoop Guide” series, we’re wide open to feedback in general related to (a) the types of guides you’d like to see, (b) the format and design of future versions and (c) whatever else you think will be a useful resource for you). I’d also love to consider this specific version below a “working draft.” If you see something we should add or correct, don’t hesitate to let us know.

So without further commentary, I present to you GovLoop’s 2011 MPA Guide:

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By the way, if you’ve completed an MPA/MPP or are in the process, you might be interested in two related groups:

Go Public Service: MPA/MPP Degrees

Pursuing a Degree