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Advanced Policy Analyst Program Information Session

Thursday, Oct. 10, 1:30-2:30 p.m.

IIC-2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation

The APAP is a federal recruitment program that offers recent graduates an unparalleled development opportunity in the federal public service. This program develops high potential individuals for policy roles in the Government of Canada by offering recent masters-level graduates the opportunity to establish a foundation of knowledge and experience in federal public administration.

 

 

Mode: On-campus or online

 

 

Presenter: Michael Kelly, Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) alumnus, Fisheries and Oceans Canada/Government of Canada

 

Details (English)/Détails (Français)

 

Registration

 

 

Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) https://www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond.

Presented by School of Graduate Studies

Event Listing 2019-10-10 13:30:00 2019-10-10 14:30:00 America/St_Johns Advanced Policy Analyst Program Information Session The APAP is a federal recruitment program that offers recent graduates an unparalleled development opportunity in the federal public service. This program develops high potential individuals for policy roles in the Government of Canada by offering recent masters-level graduates the opportunity to establish a foundation of knowledge and experience in federal public administration.     Mode: On-campus or online     Presenter: Michael Kelly, Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) alumnus, Fisheries and Oceans Canada/Government of Canada   Details (English)/Détails (Français)   Registration     Offered by Memorial University’s Enhanced Development of the Graduate Experience (EDGE) https://www.mun.ca/edge: workshops and resources designed to help graduate students build diverse skills and competencies to be successful in graduate school and beyond. IIC-2014, Bruneau Centre for Research and Innovation School of Graduate Studies