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The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is shaping the future of policy and society through innovative and flexible professional training and research.
Since 2008, the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School has graduated over 1,500 alumni working across governments and sectors at all levels. They are leading organizations and influencing how governments operate by developing, delivering, evaluating and enhancing programs and services that impact citizens. They are conducting research that is impacting and informing policy-making and changing the work of the public sector.
Working across our two academic institutions and in partnership with professionals in JSGS Executive Education, we have developed a signature instructional approach that supports future and current public sector leaders and policy researchers to develop the competencies and skills they need for success. The foundational knowledge they receive through their coursework is complemented by practical workshops, internship and mentorship opportunities, case competitions, involvement in large research projects, and more.
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Explore our Executive Internship Program
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School's Executive Internship Program provides you with a unique opportunity to attract high-quality students with a depth of policy knowledge and an eagerness to learn. Explore our program and learn how you can gain early access to highly qualified professionals with the right competencies while supporting the workforce and productivity needs within your organization!
Engage with Students On Campus
Are you interested in visiting the University of Regina or University of Saskatchewan campuses to connect with students? We encourage you to reach out to the main Career Services offices at each institution to learn about upcoming Career Fairs and engagement opportunities.
Our staff can help you secure the right policy professionals and researchers to meet your workforce planning needs. For more information, contact: