The Civic Leadership Education and Research (CLEAR) Initiative will exhibit a research and education profile focused public and nonprofit sector employment, which represents a significant proportion of the national labor economy. CLEAR will be dedicated to understanding and developing the talent needs of the civic leadership workforce for the 21st century.
The Center’s goals is to pursue this mission through research and education.
Large-N analysis on public and nonprofit labor markets, focusing on activities related to leading inter-sector and inter-institutional relations, understanding public and nonprofit workforce dynamics, and developing civic leadership for the next generation.
Serve as a producer, broker, and supplier of public domain data on public and nonprofit labor markets.
Provide leadership in promoting, facilitating, and establishing partnerships among researchers and institutions, including serving as a locus for conferences, workshops, visiting society workforce dynamics across local, state, federal, and global communities researchers, and facilitating intellectual exchange about civic leadership, civil service, and civil.
Develop programs and communications mechanisms for bringing together researchers and public officials seeking to develop funding and resources supporting research on these topics.
Serve as the central communication point for Price School partnerships with local, state, federal, and global institutions with these concerns.
Develop and deliver an undergraduate cohort and degree program in Civic Leadership, intended to establish the Price School as the premier school in improving public policy and civic leadership across the world through the dissemination of cutting-edge research, teaching excellence, and institutional partnerships.
Develop a Civic Leaders program that is a cohort model following students from freshman year to graduation across majors, employing an “academy” archetype that houses a distinct set of elective curriculum and extra-curricular offerings intended to develop future civic leaders.
Publicly Available Data
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- OPM Report on political appointees appointed to nonpolitical permanent positions in the US federal civil service in 2020
About the Director
William G. Resh is an associate professor at the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy where he holds the C.C. Crawford Professorship in Management and Performance. He earned his doctoral degree at the American University’s School of Public Affairs in 2011. Prior to attaining tenure at USC, Dr. Resh was a tenure-track assistant professor in public management at Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs from 2011 to 2014 and at USC from 2014-2017.