March 14th | Posted In Policy

Mayor Announces Public Policy Case Competition

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Mayor Michael Nutter has announced the Philadelphia Public Policy Case Competition.  The competition is open to all undergraduate and graduate students in the Greater Philadelphia area.  The winning team will be whoever responds best to this question: What can the City of Philadelphia do to further attract and retain millennials?  

The competition is being run by the Mayor’s Office of Policy Planning and Coordination with Campus Philly, the Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative, and the Philadelphia Youth Commission.  The winning team gets to present their proposal to the mayor and gets tickets to a Phillies game in the Mayor’s Box.  For the sake of the future winners (and the rest of us), we hope that the spat between Rollins and Sandberg will be over by then.

More Info: 

Press Release

Rules & Initial Registration

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