We are devoted to developing the next generation of municipal leaders.
With the David Bohnett Fellowship Program at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, outstanding graduate students in public policy, social welfare and urban planning are given hands-on responsibilities in the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s office.
At NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, the David Bohnett Public Service Fellowship gives three Fellows per year the opportunity to engage in the challenges of governing New York City.
David Bohnett Leadership and Public Service Fellows apply the academic training they receive at the Ford School to benefit the people and government of Detroit, Michigan.
At Harvard, the David Bohnett Leadership Fellows program — in partnership with the Gay & Lesbian Leadership Institute — is designed for progressive senior and mid-career executives from state, county and local governments, as well as their elected counterparts. Because the program and its curriculum thrive on the political expertise and real-world experience of its esteemed participants, Fellows for each class are chosen to represent a full spectrum of governmental levels, functional responsibilities, geographic distribution and diversity in the LGBT community.
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