School of Public Administration 2013 Community Partners Recognition Breakfast - University of Central Florida
Monday, April 15, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM (EDT)
Orlando, United States
Congratulations for being recognized as one of the School of Public Administration's "Community Partners of the Year." We value your contribution to our students and to our school. Thank you for sharing your time and your expertise with us. You have helped to create a more meaningful experience for our students and have contributed to the success of our programs.
You are invited to be one of our guests of honor at the "School of Public Administration 2013 Community Partners Recognition Breakfast" on Monday, April 15th from 8:30-9:30 a.m. in the Garden Key Room in the UCF Student Union.
This recognition breakfast is being held in conjunction with the annual Public Service Career Showcase. The Showcase is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on the first floor of the Student Union and is a unique opportunity for UCF Knights to learn about public sector career options and community partners to recruit students and alumni and brand their organizations at the second largest university in the nation.
When you complete the online registration form for the "School of Public Administration 2013 Community Partners Recognition Breakfast" you will also be registered to attend the 2013 Public Service Showcase event. If you, or a representative from your organization, are unable to participate in the Showcase, please email Heather Engelking (Heather.Engelking@ucf.edu) to cancel your Showcase reservation.
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UCF - School of Public Administration
The School of Public Administration seeks to provide the highest quality graduate and undergraduate education for current and prospective public service officials in public and nonprofit organizations. The school strives to achieve local, state and national prominence through contemporary curriculum, innovative instruction, scholarly and applied research, and community service. Programs and services are designed to develop and enhance management skills essential to public and nonprofit organizations oriented towards an evolving metropolitan environment.