Phi Beta Kappa's Key into Public Service launch event brought together a panel of speakers with distinguished careers in public service, who shared tips and advice with recent arts and sciences grads.
Dr. Ellen Stofan is the John and Adrienne Mars Director of the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum and former chief scientist at NASA. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from William & Mary with a degree in Geology and a minor in Art History.
How The Humanities Can Help Shape a Career in Science
What to Look For in a Public Sector Job
Developing Leadership Skills in Your Workplace
Creativity at Work in the Public Sector
Joe Hack is the Chief of Staff for U.S. Senator Deb Fischer. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Georgetown University with a degree in Government.
How Recent Graduates Can Build Contacts on the Hill
What Employers Look For When Hiring in the Federal Workforce
Tips for Applying to Work in the Public Sector
Kayla WIlliams is the Legislative Director for U.S. Representative Brian Higgins. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a degree in Psychology and African-American Studies.
Connections Between Coursework and Your Career
From Arts & Sciences to AmeriCorps
The Most Rewarding and Challenging Aspects of a Career in Public Service
Rick Kempinski leads the Partnership for Public Service's internship and fellowship strategy, helping students identify pathways to careers in public service.
Resources for Recent Grads: How to Jumpstart Your Career in Public Service
Quantifying Your Experiences for a Job in the Federal Workforce
Graduate School and Careers in the Federal Workforce
Juleyka Lantigua-Williams is the founder and CEO of a digital media studio, Lantigua Williams & Co., that produces the MacArthur Foundation-funded 70 Million podcast and Phi Beta Kappa's own Key Conversations podcast. She is also a former staff writer at The Atlantic and the former lead editor on NPR's Code Switch podcast, and writes a regular column on Medium, Watch Me Work.