USC Price School of Public Policy

City County Management Fellowship

Pahl    “I came to L.A. because I really wanted to effect change locally. And with so many different localities in this
   one area, L.A. is a great laboratory.”

   — Matthew Pahl, MPA ’10, City/County Management Fellow

 


CCMF

The City/County Management Fellowship, built upon 80 years of expertise in public administration at USC, was formed in 2006, and brings outstanding graduate students from around the world to the University of Southern California.

Only a handful of elite Fellows are selected each year to receive financial, academic and professional support from prestigious faculty, staff and practitioners in the field of city and county management.

The Fellowship is committed to building the future of city and county management in Southern California, across the U.S., and abroad.