Why Ford?

Jennifer Tagg, '13, (right) with Michigan State Representative Kate Segal.
Nathaniel Love, '13, with Dennis Cawthorne, '62, of Lansing lobbying firm Kelley Cawthorne.
Paige Narins, '13, (right) spoke at the 2013 Governor's Education Summit. Fellow Albion student Heather Waldron, '14, (left) also participated.
Alex Seasock, '13, studied abroad for a semester in Grenoble, France.
Ford Institute seniors visited the C-SPAN studios as part of the 2013 Washington, D.C. trip.
Ford students in Detroit during the January Sleight Leadership Fellows Program. Read more

Are you interested in making an impact on your community, your city, your world? Are you motivated to go beyond the surface and what is "required" to learn more regarding topics you feel passionate about? Are you committed to serving others to improve their reality?

The Gerald R. Ford Institute for Leadership in Public Policy and Service has more than 175 student members from a broad range of majors and minors. Through tthe Institute, students can pursue a major in public policy or a concentration in public policy and service. An internship or off-campus experience is typically part of the program.

Albion College faculty across a range of academic disciplines are specially chosen to teach Ford Institute courses. We encourage you to explore the Ford Institute website to learn more about our offerings and how we can help you make that impact.

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