Fellowship Program seeks applicants for public service

Daniel Soltero participated in WRCOG’s inaugural Public Service Fellowship Program, working at the City of Murrieta. Valley News/Courtesy photo
College seniors, recent graduates and graduate students are being offered an opportunity to serve a fellowship with one of the many WRCOG (Western Riverside Council of Governments) member agencies. The Public Service Fellowship Program was launched in 2016 to invest in young professionals interested in public sector careers.Daniel Soltero, of Riverside, was part of the first WRCOG Fellowship Cohort with a placement at the City of Murrieta. After graduating with his Bachelor of Arts, Public Policy degree from UC, Riverside, he was interested in city management, urban/regional planning, and engineering and working at the City Manager’s office provided him with miscellaneous projects and a capstone project from the planning department. He now works at WRCOG.“In 2016 as I was neari
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