Performance Management

Fellowship Program 



The Edward J. Collins Center for Public Management (Collins) at UMass Boston is working with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to establish and implement a comprehensive Performance Management Program across all state government.  Part of our role is to provide a cadre of professionals trained and ready to assist agencies in implementation.

As part of this effort we have developed the Collins Center Performance Management Fellowship Program.  The program is focused on graduate students (usually masters level) studying public administration, public policy, or government in Massachusetts. This is a paid fellowship Students are expected to work 10-20 hours per week, attend orientation, training sessions, and bi weekly meetings.  They are assigned to mentors engaged in the implementation of the Performance Management Program.

The goal of the program is to help educate students in performance management in a government setting and prepare them for possible employment in public sector, especially Commonwealth of Massachusetts, organizations.  We are currently giving special consideration to students who have special technology skills.  Please see Technology Team Requirements

Please explore the links below to lean out our fellowship  program :

Program FAQ

Where are our fellows now ? (2012 co-hort)

Are you a Tech Person? Are you a Number Cruncher? Work for our Tech/Data  Team

(Supplemental Requirements Here)

On-line Application