Capital Fellowship Program selects four mid-career students
Four Missouri state employees have been selected as the Truman School of Public Affairs’ Capital Fellows for the 2017 Fall term. The fellows are:
- Christina Baldwin, Executive I for the Department of Social Services in the Division of Finance and Administration Services
- Lacey Hirschvogel, Environment Specialist II for the Department of Natural Resources
- Sara O’Connor, Office of Public Information Chief for the Department of Health and Senior Services
- Aaron Stalter, Business Analyst for the Office of Administration in the Information Technology Services Division
The Capital Fellowship Program opens educational opportunities for mid-career students working in Missouri state agencies to advance their professional career. The fellowship covers in-state tuition for the 11 required MPA courses. Qualified individuals must have three to five years of work experience.