Producers and creators of Netflix’s “The G Word” discuss the show
The Partnership held a special event on June 22, 2022, to celebrate The G Word—a Netflix docuseries that demonstrates how integral our government is to the most important aspects of our daily lives. The event featured a panel discussion with Adam Conover, Jamie Rhome and Ada Chiaghana.
Five honorees reflect on the power of the Sammies
The Service to America Medals spotlight federal employees’ significant contributions to the health, safety and security of our nation. Here, five Sammies honorees from over the years reflect on what the recognition from federal leadership, media, celebrities and the public has meant to them.
Reflections on the Partnership for Public Service’s 20th anniversary
In honor of the Partnership’s 20th anniversary, Max Stier, the Partnership’s president and CEO, looks back on our founding, our accomplishments over the past two decades and our continued work to build a better government and a stronger democracy.
From college junior to the National Security Council: A career shaped by 9/11
Partnership Vice President of Research, Analysis and Evaluation Loren DeJonge Schulman writes about the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, and how the attacks led her and other young people into public service.
Opportunity is calling: Professor Eileen Harrington looks back on a career in public service
In a new blog series, we conducted a series of interviews with professors who have worked in the federal government as part of our ongoing efforts to inspire the next generation to consider a public service career. Our first blog post in the series features Eileen Harrington, former executive director of the Federal Trade Commission, who spoke about how her time as a public servant impacts her current work as an adjunct professor of political science.
How three public servants strengthened our country’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion
In our #IServeBecause survey we sent to civil servants, we received responses that explain why someone interested in helping others would find a career in the federal government rewarding. We share responses from three federal employees who are helping others by building a more diverse, equitable and inclusive nation.
Sammies finalists honored at Washington Nationals game
A group of 2021 Service to America Medals finalists were honored on-field during a recent Washington Nationals game. The finalists met Nationals Racing President Thomas Jefferson, appeared on the scoreboard’s screen and were cheered by more than 33,000 fans.