EMPLOYER GUIDE - Harvard Kennedy School

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H A R VA R D K E N N E D Y S C H O O L E M P L O Y E R G U I D ELooking for talent?We can help.At Harvard Kennedy School, our students are being trained in public policyand public leadership to take on the most urgent challenges facing our worldand our communities. They make contributions to the world after HKS,working in governments at the federal, state, and local level, serving asheads of state, public officials, and members of civil society, or working inother areas that advance the public interest.Partnering with Harvard Kennedy School is an opportunity to find smart,actionable answers to your organization’s biggest questions. We invite youto read this Employer Guide to discover how you can work with our talentedstudents and graduates who are committed to advancing the public interest,including: Candidates for full-time hire Interns and consultants for short-term projects Skilled professionals early in their careers Accomplished practitioners with years of experience Citizens from more than 90 countries and territories Military officers, veterans, and civilians with security clearance Experts with deep knowledge of policy areas Public servants with quantitative and management skills Leaders with experience in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors Entrepreneurs testing new thinking and breaking new groundWe look forward to working with you.Employer Relations TeamOffice of Career AdvancementHarvard Kennedy School2

HKS Students DegreesGRADUATING CLASS OF 2019DEGREEPROGRAMMPPMaster inPublic Policy2-year programMPA/IDMaster in PublicAdministrationin InternationalDevelopment2-year programMPAMaster in PublicAdministration2-year programMC/MPAMid-CareerMaster in PublicAdministration1-year programDEFININGCHARACTERISTIC 1 st year core courseworkin leadership, quantitativeanalysis, and strategicmanagementAVERAGEWORKEXPERIENCECLASSSIZE3 years20930%4 years6481%4 years8650%13 years21957%% NONU.S. CITIZEN 2nd year flexibility to focuson issue areas, includinga capstone consulting project Economics-centered,multi-disciplinary program Training in analytical andquantitative methods E mphasis on policy and practicedesigned to prepare leadersin international development Flexible program designedto enhance the knowledgeand skills of establishedprofessionals Preparation to undertake majorleadership responsibilitiesin the public, nonprofit, andprivate sectors Designed to increase theknowledge and skills ofexperienced, high-performingprofessionals Focus on those pursuingleadership positions in publicservice across sectorsHKS CURRICULUMHKS students develop a powerfulcomplement of skills to enhance theireffectiveness in their chosen fields.The HKS curriculum is built upon threefoundational methodological areas:›› Economics and Quantitative Analysis›› Management and Leadership›› Political Thought and InstitutionsClasses are also organized arounda framework of policy areas, including:››››››››››Business and Government PolicyDemocracy, Politics and InstitutionsInternational and Global AffairsPolitical and Economic DevelopmentSocial and Urban Policy3

H A R VA R D K E N N E D Y S C H O O L E M P L O Y E R G U I D EHKS Students DegreesA View of Our StudentCommunity575Oceania 2%Africa 4%Asia 16%graduating375Latin America andCaribbean 11%seeking summerinternships200seeking clients forin-term projectsEurope 8%Where are HKSstudents from?*Middle East 4%North America 55%For Profit/Private 40%300dual MBA or JD candidates91countries and territoriesrepresented**All numbers are approximate basedupon 2018–2019 enrollment and are subjectto change.4Public–National 18%Where didthe HKS Classof 2018 go?Public–State/Provincial/Tribal 3%Public–City/Local 3%Public–IGOs 9%Unspecified/

HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL EMPLOYER GUIDE At Harvard Kennedy School, our students are being trained in public policy . Post in the HKS JACK job bank or send to HKS_Career@hks.harvard.edu 2. Browse our resume book to identify a student with the skills and experience you need 3. Visit us and meet our talent HARVARD

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