• Working and Homeless: A Paradoxical Reality for Many New York City Families
  • Governments as a Young Talent Magnet
  • Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority
  • Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th
  • Working and Homeless: A Paradoxical Reality for Many New York City Families

    Working and Homeless: A Paradoxical Reality for Many New York City Families

    Laura Sellmansberger New York City (NYC) is facing its worst homelessness crisis since the Great Depression. There are currently over 60,000 people in the shelter system, and alarmingly over 25,000 of them are children. While popular perception often characterizes homelessness as a problem caused by mental illness and addiction, the […]

  • Governments as a Young Talent Magnet

    Governments as a Young Talent Magnet

    Jorge Sahd   If you step into a university classroom and ask how many students spend part of their time volunteering in their communities, you are likely to see a significant number of hands rise in the air. But try asking the same students about their desire to work for […]

  • Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

    Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

    Kristy Brown   Last month, Chelsea Clinton and Jimmy Kimmel launched a PSA on Kimmel’s late night talk show that promoted Serve A Year, a new campaign that encourages young adults between the ages of 17-24 to serve a year as an AmeriCorps member. Modeled after the heralded Peace Corps […]

  • Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

    Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

    WEFA/WPA Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion Date: Friday, April 10, 2015 Time: 5:00pm – 5:30pm Reception | 5:30pm – 7:00pm Program Location: Rice Forum, Puck Building RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wefa-04-10-2015 Join WEFA and WPA for a panel discussion on anti-poverty policy in the U.S. to address questions such as: What are the causes of poverty? Who are people in […]

 

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Working and Homeless: A Paradoxical Reality for Many New York City Families

Working and Homeless: A Paradoxical Reality for Many New York City Families

Laura Sellmansberger New York City (NYC) is facing its worst homelessness crisis since the Great Depression. There are currently over 60,000 people in the shelter system, and alarmingly over 25,000 of them are children. While popular perception often characterizes homelessness as a problem caused by mental illness and addiction, the […]

 
 

Governments as a Young Talent Magnet

Governments as a Young Talent Magnet

Jorge Sahd   If you step into a university classroom and ask how many students spend part of their time volunteering in their communities, you are likely to see a significant number of hands rise in the air. But try asking the same students about their desire to work for […]

 
 

Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

Kristy Brown   Last month, Chelsea Clinton and Jimmy Kimmel launched a PSA on Kimmel’s late night talk show that promoted Serve A Year, a new campaign that encourages young adults between the ages of 17-24 to serve a year as an AmeriCorps member. Modeled after the heralded Peace Corps […]

 
 

Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

WEFA/WPA Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion Date: Friday, April 10, 2015 Time: 5:00pm – 5:30pm Reception | 5:30pm – 7:00pm Program Location: Rice Forum, Puck Building RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wefa-04-10-2015 Join WEFA and WPA for a panel discussion on anti-poverty policy in the U.S. to address questions such as: What are the causes of poverty? Who are people in […]

 
 

The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

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The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

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How We Have Failed Our Interpreters

How We Have Failed Our Interpreters

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Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00.

Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00.

The Wagner Review hosts an Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00. Have you been wanting to up your writing game? Have an op-ed deadline coming soon and looking for some tips? This is the event for you! Where: Rice Conference Room, 2nd Floor 295 Lafayette Street, New York RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wagner-03-30-2015 Questions? Contact […]

 
 

The Battle Over Women’s Health: How Far Is Too Far?

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