MPA student selected to nationally-recognized COSA Management Fellowship Program
MPA student selected to nationally-recognized COSA Management Fellowship Program

Claryssa Cortez has been recently selected as City of San Antonio Management Fellow.

Since 2007, the City of San Antonio, Texas has offered emerging local government professions with the opportunity to immerse themselves in local government management and develop skills and valuable experience that will prepare them for careers in government as part of the Management Fellow Program.  The City of San Antonio (COSA) Management Fellowship is a nationally-recognized 12-month program in which emerging leaders receive the opportunity to work alongside key leaders of the nation’s 7th largest city and work in important projects.  Each management fellow will receive the opportunity to spend four months in each of the following departments:  the City Manager’s office; the Office of Management and Budget; and one operating department.  Upon completion of the program, City staff will work with each Management Fellow to help them find a full-time position that matches their individual career interests.

Claryssa started the MPA program within the College of Public Policy in 2013 and currently works for the City Development Services. She was honored on April 28 during the College of Public Policy’s Annual Student Recognition Luncheon.

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