The John Glenn School provides leadership training for public and non-profit managers and skills training for public service professionals as well as consulting and technical support in a wide array of subjects.
A major focus of the Glenn School is to furnish technical assistance and consulting to local, state and federal government agencies as well as nonprofit and private organizations. The Glenn School is committed to matching an organization with the right experts to help solve an organization's issues. With its preeminent credibility and ability to draw on its core faculty, affiliated experts and faculty across the campus, the Glenn School can provide services such as research, analysis of programs and economic and social impacts, organizational assessments, process analysis, knowledge management, project management and many other services.
By combining its training and consulting capabilities, the Glenn School can create blended solutions that will help an organization realize its long-term goals. Experts from the Glenn School and from the wider university can work with an organization to design a solution that creates the desired outcome.
The John Glenn School has helped such diverse groups as:
» Columbus Blue Jackets
» IMPACT Community Action
» Mid Ohio Food Bank
» Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies
» Ohio Commission on Local Government Reform and Collaboration
» Ohio Department of Development
In addition the Glenn School offers MAPS (Management Advancement for the Public Service) training for professionals at all levels in the public and nonprofit sectors. For close to 40 years, MAPS seminars have provided practical and current solutions to first-line supervisors, beginning, middle- or senior-level managers, executives and administrative support staff. MAPS seminars cover a wide variety of topics, and offer high-quality professional development for the public service professional.