The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs offers nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate programs in fields that guide and advance vibrant and sustainable communities. Levin students learn through a combination of instruction, research, and community engagement, preparing them for meaningful careers in public service, urban and regional planning, city management, economic and community development, nonprofit management, healthcare, public safety, and environmental sustainability. At Levin, we connect students not just with jobs, but careers with meaning.
To propel our students in learning to change the world, our Center for Public and Nonprofit Management offers a Mentoring Program through its Ohio Center for the Advancement of Women in Public Service. The Mentoring Program has matched hundreds of students with career professionals in the public and nonprofit sectors. Our students greatly benefit from connections with professionals in the community.
Your gift today will enhance our mentoring efforts and provide our students with the guidance to apply classroom applications to real-world situations. Thank you for your support!