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Where can a career path in public service take you?

Join the Schar School for an evening of career insights and hear firsthand from two of the nation’s leading national security experts.

Michael Morell, former acting and deputy director of the CIA and Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Schar School, will be joined by Larry Pfeiffer, former senior director of the White House Situation Room and current director of the Schar School’s Michael V. Hayden Center, as he recalls the experiences that led to his 33-year career in public service.

All prospective graduate students are welcome to attend.

The Path to Public Service: Career Insights with Michael Morell
Tuesday, June 29
6-7 p.m. (EDT)
(Virtual session)

The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University offers flexible part-time or full-time options for graduate certificate and master’s degree programs designed to teach applicable, real-world skills for in-demand careers in the private, public and nonprofit sectors.

Graduate certification programs, just five courses each with part-time and full-time options available, include:

Master’s degree programs, with part-time and full-time options available, include:

Prospective students who attend a virtual Schar School admissions event, including The Path to Public Service: Career Insights with Michael Morell, will be provided with an application fee waiver for the fall 2021 graduate application.

Students may apply by the July 15 application deadline to begin graduate studies in August. To learn more about graduate programs at the Schar School, attend other upcoming events or fill out our inquiry form.

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