Pennsylvania State Government, Policy Analysis, Legislative Studies, Professional Development, Public Service 


Mike Nerozzi is the lead instructor for Temple University’s Pennsylvania Capital Semester program, where he introduces undergraduate interns to Pennsylvania state government and careers in state politics and policymaking. He brings over a decade of experience in Harrisburg, including his current role as the director of policy and planning for the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Prior, Mike worked on staff in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, most recently as assistant director of the Joint Legislative Conservation Committee, where he specialized in policy issues related to the environment and natural resource conservation.

Mike obtained his BA in political science from Temple University and an MPA from Shippensburg University, where he was inducted into Pi Alpha Alpha, the global honors society for public affairs and administration. He is a former field artillery officer in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, where he served for over 9 years. Mike resides outside of Hershey, Pa., with his wife, Maggie, and enjoys fly-fishing, hunting, and otherwise spending time outdoors.

Courses Taught

  • POLS 3550: PA Capital Semester Seminar
  • CLA 2685: Internship