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Participants on January 17, 2022, meeting at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Dix Welcome Center to thank and help acculturate Afghani refugees, many of whom assisted U.S. forces at great risk to themselves.

Fall 2021 Newsletter



The MPA-IO program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice equips future public servants with the knowledge, skills, and leadership experiences necessary to advance integrity, accountability, inclusiveness, and justice in society and governance. 

One of the highlights of the grogram is our close relationship with the national Association of Inspectors General (AIG), where our student are members. One of the benefits of this relationship is that our students get to attend the annual AIG conference that brings together many of the countries Inspection and oversight leaders and students often get to interact with these industry leaders. Another benefit is the mentorship program with AIG for students entering the Investigation and Oversight Field.

Inspection and oversight professionals conduct detailed investigations to ensure adherence to standards, rules and regulations in areas that range from organizational and program assessments, review processes and procedures in accounting, security, to ensure that all efforts adhere to the appropriate standards, rules and regulations. If you feel a strong sense of respect for rules and regulations, keeping operations running by the book bring it to our program and let us help you nurture it.

Careers options

  • Forensic Accounting
  • Independent and Contractual Inspection and Oversight
  • Inspection and Oversight of Health Services
  • International Inspection and Oversight (examining corruption, fraud, waste, abuse)
  • Investigation and Operational Inspection
  • Justice Policy and Oversight (Honors Specialization)
  • Law and Inspection and Oversight
  • Organizational Assessment and Monitoring


MPA Graduate Internship Seminar PAD 780

National Academy of Social Insurance is accepting applications for its internship programs

The National Academy of Social Insurance is still accepting applications for its internship programs, which provide opportunities for students interested in equity and social justice issues to explore a career in public policy. Outstanding graduate and upper division undergraduate students studying public policy, social policy, economics, insurance and risk management are encouraged to apply.

  *   Merton C. Bernstein Internship on Social Insurance

  *   Somers Research Internship on Long-Term Care and Aging

  *   Congressman Pete Stark Health Policy Internship

  *   Eileen Sweeney Graduate Internship in Disability Policy

Application deadline:

Friday, January 28, 2022

Whether interns work in-person or virtually will be determined by official public health guidelines as they are issued in the spring of 2022. Final arrangements will be discussed with each student selected for the program, according to the placement organization’s protocols.

Interested students can apply online.

For more information, please contact Devin Cowens, External Relations Manager, at