Join Dr. Paul Nolette, director of the Les Aspin Center for Government, and Dr. Karen Hoffman, associate director of the Les Aspin Center, at the Union Sports Annex on Tuesday, Sept. 19, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the Les Aspin Center and its Kleczka programs.
All Les Aspin and Kleczka program alumni are invited to attend and share their experiences with prospective students. Free appetizers and beverages will be provided.
The Les Aspin Center for Government provides academic and internship programming focused on the public policy-making process. With offerings in Washington, D.C., and Milwaukee, the Les Aspin Center integrates theoretical and experiential approaches to generating knowledge and provides its students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to contribute to ethical, substantive and innovative policy-making work – locally, domestically and internationally.
Priority applications are currently being accepted for the spring cohort of the Les Aspin Center.
The Kleczka Program offers an opportunity to participate in local public leadership and public affairs. Coordinated on Marquette’s campus, the Kleczka Program places students in local legislative offices and organizations. The internship is open to any eligible college student studying any major.