While anyone can suffer from digital inequality, these three groups, in particular, suffer from it at a disproportionate rate.
Posts Tagged: students
Here are tips to help anyone — temporary workers, students and government workers — network for success when starting virtual internships and details.
If you’re heading to college this fall, you may be focused on the major costs—tuition and fees, possibly room and board. We have examined some of the other costs of college, such as textbooks and college debit cards, that can really add up if you’re not looking out for them. Here’s some information to helpRead… Read more »
At GovLoop, we usually have 2-3 MPA students working as fellows helping make GovLoop more awesome. Usually around this time of year is when I start getting job questions – from applying to PMF to private sector jobs to how to navigate USAJOBS. Rather than just share my recommendations with my fellow, I thought I’dRead… Read more »
Welcome to the latest edition of the series of discussions with thought leaders who are bringing new and innovative solutions to the challenges government faces in delivering services to the citizen. +++++++ My guest for this episode is Barry Hopping, Chairman of the School Committee of the Town of Ipswich Massachusetts. Barry has served theRead… Read more »
We wanted to share a post from our friends at Public Agenda on the usefulness of their Choicework approach for teaching and engaging students in discussion about public policy, even when they are jaded on politics. You can read more about the approach below or find the original post here. Life on campus this fallRead… Read more »
The Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland held ‘mock interviews’ and I had the honor of being an interviewer. The students came eager to learn from this role-playing exercise. The ‘interviewers’ are seasoned individuals – most are Smith School Alumni – and well experienced in hiring superior candidates. My ‘interviews’ found theRead… Read more »
Over the past 20 years, there have been many great and successful Public Service Recognition Week events, both in the DC area and around the country. But none have focused on students, recent graduates, and young government workers. At the same time, among all the calls for more efficient (or even smaller) government, there hasRead… Read more »
Colleagues at the EPA’s Office of Environmental Information have a neat challenge going that they want you to know about. Check out www.epa.gov/appsfortheenvironment soon!
I am among the retired/aged members of this website and by now quite hard-of-hearing (hoh). I also write and still into posting online memoirs, vignettes, blogs, short stories and assorted pieces of non-fiction. About a dozen or so years ago I invited via the growing Internet other hohers (whatever their ages, self-identification discouraged) to tellRead… Read more »