The Houston Policy Challenge (HPC) is an annual competition that enables Rice students to learn about and respond to a policy issue facing Houston leaders and residents. Participants work together in teams, learn about the policy issue through independent research and interaction with campus and community experts, and propose community-focused policy solutions to a judges' panel of local leaders. The program is planned and executed by a team of three student coordinators under the guidance of CCL staff.
The policy issue focus for HPC 2019-20 is CRIMINAL JUSTICE.
2019-20 HPC Coordinator Roles, Opportunties, and Responsibilities
HPC coordinator responsibilities begin in summer of 2019 and finish shortly after the competition event on February 26, 2020.
*note: all summer 2019 responsibilities can be completed remotely, and do not require students to be in residence in Houston.
To learn more, contact Dr. Elizabeth Vann, email@example.com