The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

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Over the past five years, the Rockefeller Center has cultivated student leadership and professional skills in the Civic Skills Training Program in Washington, D.C.  We are now offering an on-campus option as part of the Management and Leadership Development Program (MLDP) that will allow more students to participate over the course of the academic year.  The first training takes place this weekend, October 1-2, 2010.  We have a limited number of spots that are still available.  Interested students can register online before the deadline of Thursday, September 30th at 5 PM.  

Students at the Fall 2009 CST in Washington, D.C.


Want to be successful at your upcoming internship? The Pre-Internship Training offered on campus by the Rockefeller Center’s Management and Leadership Development Program is based on the curriculum of the successful Civic Skills Training (CST) that the Center delivers in Washington, D.C. each June for first-year students. 
Participants will gain valuable workplace skills before their first day on the job. Pre-registration is required as spaces are limited.  Plans for a paid or unpaid internship in the near future are highly suggested. This internship does not have to be public policy-related, nor does it have to be funded by the Rockefeller Center.
Additional details about the Pre-Internship Training:·         Training will take place prior to campus Internship Funding Application Deadlines.  Students who complete this training will have a competitive advantage when applying for Rocky funding.·         This training does not take the place of the full term MLDP, but supplements what that curriculum offers.  The emphasis is on the practical skills needed to be successful in the workplace.·         This training is capped at 30 students

F10 MLDP Pre-Internship Training Flyer 20100928

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