About News Salesforce Spotlights Batten School with Article in Harvard Business Review Aug 21, 2020 Salesforce Spotlights Batten School with Article in Harvard Business Review “Making sure students know there is a team of people who can and want to help is fundamental to success. Connecting student services, academic advising, and career services creates an equitable support structure,” says Steve Hiss, director of career services and alumni engagement at UVA Batten. “Regardless of background, we can provide the same level of support to all students, making them more likely to succeed." Read in Harvard Business Review Steve Hiss A lifelong public servant, Steve’s interest in the Batten School not only stems from his own career in the public service, but also the former and current Batten students with whom he has worked in his position as the Commander of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps at the University of Virginia. Read full bio Related Content Steve Hiss Bocock Fellowship Recipients Explore Careers in Public Service News Six Batten students completed public service-focused internships supported by the Frederic S. Bocock Fellowship this summer. Through the generosity of Fred and Mary Buford Hitz, the Bocock Fellowship was created to advance the careers of Batten students in public service, specifically through governmental internship opportunities. The Batten School Announces Employment Outcomes for 2019 Graduates News Recent Batten alums are making their mark across the sectors and around the globe. Of those seeking positions, 99% of graduates from Batten’s Bachelor of Arts degree program and 96% of those who graduated from the Master of Public Policy degree program secured a career destination within six months of graduating.