Despite being a relatively young school, graduates of the Bush School's Master of Public Service and Administration (MPSA) program and Master's Program in International Affairs (MPIA) are already making their mark in the field of public service. The School's employment record is remarkable: recent graduates are working in prestigious organizations across the nation and world. This impressive record is due in large measure to the fact that many Bush School students have internships and participate in real-world consulting projects for real-world clients, called Capstones, during their studies. Bush School students have a significant impact at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels through their service.

The School welcomes contact from organizations looking for interns or full-time employees. To learn more about the services we provide, click on the links below or contact the Bush School's Student Services Office at (979) 862-8824 or by email.


The Bush School utilizes the campus-wide online career portal, HireAggies.com for disseminating information on both internship and full-time job opportunities. To post an internship or full-time job click here, HireAggies.com, and follow the prompts for Employers. If you have any questions, please contact the Bush School's Student Services Office at (979)862-8824 or by email. You can also contact Brenda Riley in the Career Center at (979) 845-5139 or by email.

Hosting On-Campus Information Sessions and Interviews

The Student Services Office is happy to assist you in scheduling On-Campus Information Sessions and Interviews. You may schedule your information session and on-campus interviews through our online system, HireAggies.com, or by contacting Student Services at (979) 862-8824. Please be aware that space for on-campus interviews for Bush School students is limited and scheduled on a first come, first served basis.

Sponsor an Internship

Bush School students seek a summer internship to gain professional public service and/or international affairs work experience after completing their first year of study. Participation in our internship program allows your organization to identify outstanding potential employees before committing to a full-time hire. It also enables you to recruit more effectively since students become valuable public relations representatives for your organization when they return to campus for their second year of graduate studies.

Interns are available for approximately 10-12 weeks during the summer, from mid-May through mid-August. Our students have held both paid and unpaid internships. To list an internship opportunity, please utilize our online career services system, HireAggies.com.

Matthew Upton
Assistant Dean, Career & Student Services
(979) 862-8824
Allen Rm. 1025

Michael Cochran
Assistant Director, Career Services
(979) 862-8822
Allen Rm. 1028

Marilyn Santiesteban
Assistant Director, Career Services
(979) 862-8833
Allen Rm. 1029