The WRCOG Public Service Fellowship Program is a professional development opportunity designed to provide undergraduate, graduate students, and recent graduates hands-on policy experience in local agencies in Western Riverside County. This Fellowship is an opportunity for students to prepare for full-time employment in local government careers that help enrich the communities they live in.
The Fellowship Experience
Check out the featured Fellows for examples of the work and opportunities experienced in the Fellowship Program.
2019-2020 Fellowship Program
The 2019-2020 Fellowship Cohort has been selected placing 13 Fellows in WRCOG member agencies working in City Manager's offices, Economic Development, Planning, and Legislative positions. Fellows typically serve for six to nine-month terms beginning in early summer and concluding in spring of the following year.
If you are interested in the Fellowship Program, please contact Rachel Singer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications for the 2020-2021 Fellowship Cohort will open January 2020. Additional information can be found below:
Fellowship Program benefits include compensation of $15/hour, professional training, advisor support, networking opportunities and more.