Penn Law’s commitment to government service is unsurpassed.
Resources for students attracted to government jobs include financial support, fellowship opportunities, and one-on-one counseling to help launch their careers.
We support our students and graduates in three key ways:
- CP&P and TPIC have counselors committed to supporting students who seek government employment.
- CP&P and TPIC offer programs and career counseling dedicated to the government service job search, including networking opportunities with government service lawyers.
- We provide dedicated and intensive government honors application support.
- Government Job Search
- Resources for Government Jobs/Internships
- Honors Programs
- Departments and Agencies
- Leo Model Foundation Government Service & Public Affairs Initiative
There are a variety of ways to work in public service positions.
Penn Law alumni work in the highest reaches of the federal government, as well as in state and local governments across the country. This nationwide network provides students with a pathway to exciting careers in public service.
A sampling of recent government positions & fellowships
- U.S. Department of Justice, Honors Program
- Special Assistant to the President, the White House
- U.S. Solicitor General’s Office, Bristow Fellowship
- Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs, Office of the Vice President, the White House
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Honors Program
- District Attorney’s Office, Philadelphia