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PPOL 180JB
PLEN: DC Seminar on Women in Public Policy
January

This one week seminar in Washington, DC will offer students a valuable opportunity to hear firsthand from women activists and advocates. The public policy arena offers endless opportunities, from government service to issue-based advocacy. Students will learn from leaders on Capitol Hill, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private corporations. Jan 9-13 in Washington, DC. Students will submit a reflection paper upon their return, which is required for academic credit. Students are responsible for their own airfare and hotel, but registration is included in Mills tuition.
2017-18 One time only.

Course Credit:
2

Instructor(s):
Lori Bamberger

Note(s):
Limit fifteen students.

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Last Updated: 6/23/17