APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION
GRADUATE GOVERNORS' INTERNSHIP
In 1996 and 1997, I served as the New York State Graduate Governors' Intern for the Appalachian Regional Commission's Program Office, at the Division of Local Government Services, at the Department of State in Albany, New York. I found the work to be enormously rewarding in many respects. Certainly, I found the entire area of rural development to be interesting, as I will always remember fondly my time with some of the finest colleagues whom I have ever known. Certainly, I considered pursuing a career in area development at the time, but I put a high priority on finishing my doctoral degree, into which I had invested so very much of my time and energy. I remember those years as being busy and productive, as well as rewarding, as I then was then also completing my Comprehensive Examinations in Political Philosophy and my Dissertation Prospectus in American and Urban Politics at Rockefeller College, while I taught a number of advanced undergraduate courses in Urban Affairs for the Political Science Department there. I produced a considerable volume of materials for the Appalachian Regional Commission, and I have included three of the more formal of those documents below.
|Performance Measurement Reporting in Appalachian New York|
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|Impediments to Early Childhood Development in Appalachian New York|
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