The CIPA Office of Career Management is available to help you with your employment and internship needs. Please feel free to contact Millie Reed, our Career Management Coordinator. She will be happy to provide you with information about any of our programs and services.
About our MPA
We invite you to learn more about the CIPA MPA degree program.
General Employer Information
We can help you develop strategies for connecting with our students, and for developing visibility for your organization at CIPA To learn how to post a job or internship, receive résumé and cover letter referrals from CIPA, and participate in on and/or off-campus recruitment, click here.
About the CIPA Internship Program
Experiential learning is an integral component of our educational strategy at CIPA. Our Fellows are expected to gain practical work experience in an area related to their concentration. Most do this by undertaking an internship during the summer between their first and second year of graduate study. If you would like to post in internship or to discuss setting up a CIPA-specific internship position, please contact Millie Reed the Career Management Coordinator.
Annual Employment and Internship Outcomes
Our Internship and Employment page reveals which sectors our students are gravitating to currently, provides a list of representative employers and internships, lists median starting salaries and job titles for full-time employment.
You will find similar information in our CIPA Internship and Employment brochure.
Information for Clients/Potential Partners of the CIPA Public Service Exchange and Capstone Programs
Learn about CIPA’s Public Engagement initiatives, including the Public Service Exchange and Capstone Programs.
To find out how your organization can go about partnering with CIPA, please click here.
Arranging an On-Campus Visit
If you have made arrangements for an on-campus recruitment visit, the following information will help you plan your trip.
Getting to Ithaca
Ithaca is located approximately four hours driving distance from New York City and Philadelphia, and six hours driving distance from Boston and Washington, DC. It is served by a number of airports, including the Ithaca-Tompkins Regional airport, as well as the Syracuse-Hancock International airport.
The Cornell University Travel Portal provides up-to-date information on hotels, motels, and bed-and-breakfast inns in the Ithaca area.
The website VisitIthaca.com provides comprehensive information about planning your stay in Ithaca.
The main Cornell web site offers interactive maps of campus, driving directions and visitor parking information here.