Policy Spotlight & Resources

City Hall Fellows

The mission of City Hall Fellows (CHF) is to engage diverse, talented young people in the work of cities. To this end, CHF selects motivated individuals and mentors them through a structured, year-long exploration of how their city functions and why it operates that way. Fellows serve as full-time city employees and participate in a robust leadership development curriculum, complete with intensive pro bono consulting projects through which Fellows practice policy evaluation and policy-making.

The Mills Public Policy Program and City Hall Fellows are jointly committed to exposing students and recent graduates to the inner-workings of city government and empowering them to be effective agents of change. We are proud to have had five Mills alumnae serve as City Hall Fellows over the course of the past three years.

To broaden our impact, Mills recently launched a scholarship for CHF program alumni. This scholarship provides financial support for the duration of study in our MPP (fulltime or part-time) or Joint MPP/MBA. In addition, CHF alumni who are admitted to one of these programs will be given priority for our competitive Graduate Assistantships. Click here to learn more.



City Hall Fellows
1230 Market Street, #335
San Francisco, CA  94102

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Mills MPP students have the opportunity to participate in events and projects with a wide range of policy-oriented organizations and public agencies. We periodically feature a relevant organization on this site.

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Last Updated: 4/17/14